10 Ways Smartphones are the Adult Version of Invisible Friends

Remember when you were five and had an invisible friend? It’s pretty normal, with an estimated 37% of kids hanging out with friends that don’t exist. For a lot of kids, invisible friends are used for companionship and connection.

If you think about it, a lot of adults use their smartphones in a similar way. Something to keep in mind while you’re among your real friends…

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6 Replies to “10 Ways Smartphones are the Adult Version of Invisible Friends

    1. I hope in a way that’s a little amusing and helpful : ) Thinking of my phone like this sheds a little perspective for me, anyway!

  1. Lot’s of food for thought here!! My 9 year old has already picked up on the fact that social media is basically the opposite of being social. Pretty wise for his years, I’d say. Perhaps he can teach me a thing of two! Thanks for sharing! Blessings!

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