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Unfortunately, it appears that with the ability to regularly network with the world, we’ve forgotten to engage with those closest to us.Today we will cover A hundred years ago, it would have been considered a shocking breach of etiquette to wear a watch of any kind to a dinner party; it would have implied that you had better things to do than focus on your host.These days we may appreciate the softening (and in some ways, disappearing) rules of etiquette, but the rise of technology has us in an awkward position.
If you are going to go out on a date keep your cellphone silent.
I was out to dinner the other day with a large group of people and as I scanned across the table, I noticed about half of them had their cell phones out. I pulled my cell phone out to share my recent Halloween adventure with my friends and as I was shutting off the phone, I noticed I had a few more new emails waiting in my inbox.
The phones were either sitting on the table in clear vision, or were currently in use, either being shared with others, or used individually to "step out" of the dinner conversations. Every time my i Phone has a new phone call, a new text message, or an unread email, a red dot appears on each application to notify me of the item.
I came up with the term, "Red Dot Syndrome;" the strong need to address every new item (to make the red dots disappear) and the inability to set the cell phone down until the red dots go away.
I must admit, I frequently suffer from this "Red Dot Syndrome" where I have the desire (and need) to make each red dot disappear.
“Our study showed that when we are phubbed by our romantic partner it creates conflict that leads to lower reported levels of relationship satisfaction,” Dr.