Disconnect and the art of reconnecting – another personal goal.

I agree wholeheartedly with this assessment of social media and our ability to communicate these days (but yet even more challenged to do so effectively). However, I had never taken the time to write it down like Mrs. Mully did here. Kudos to her! Check out this thoughtful, concise entry from a valued friend.

Mrs Mully

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To be clear, I love the good side of social media. Being a military family we are constantly on the move as are a large majority of our friends – social media lets us keep in contact quickly regardless of time or distance. I’m a fan of Facebook and Intsagram in particular (hubby not so much) however……

Social media has given us the ability to keep in contact, express our thoughts, fears, share our pictures and in many cases attack, abuse and degrade people and their beliefs – but at what cost.

This week has been another week of reflection and I’d love your thoughts.

We are quick to click the emotion buttons to express our thoughts, but this has in many cases left us without an actual emotional connection or a feeling of disconnect to our family and friends. Social media relationships have moved us further from the…

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