At what point are we choosing to spend more time with our smartphones than with our spouses?”

Brooke Lea Foster in the NYT:

Married or not, many of us sleep with our phones on our night stands, pocket them as we go from room to room and think nothing of using them in the presence of our partners, whether they are talking or snuggling or reading beside us.

Experts say that smartphone use is meddling in our marriages in ways that are sometimes benign but often frustrating, causing quarrels and forcing couples to address an ever more important question: At what point are we choosing to spend more time with our smartphones than with our spouses?


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October 29, 2016 · culture · tech · screens · nyt · brooke lea foster · phones

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