updates, tweets, hashtags are part of the digital world we live in. It’s virtual social media overload and 90 percent
of teens are connected, whether their parents realize it or not.
This is becoming a bewildering environment for those of us who didn’t grow up with instant communications devices. But, what will happen if there is a power crisis and these devices are no longer operational? Will teens be able to communicate face to face rather than from some digital interface? If you can’t talk with your teen now, imagine the fun you’ll have talking with those who haven’t learned basic interpersonal relations on a one to one level. Meanwhile, we’ll just have to become more digitally literate just to survive our modern age. Never a dull moment! Aloha, Russ.
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