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How to Break Cell Phone Addiction

How many times do you reach for your phone during the day? At night?  Break the habit of having to be on your cell phone or other electronic devices at all times by  scheduling an amount of time to:

Turn it off!

It is that simple; and that hard!

I believe our constant use of cell phones, social media, and email  can actually slow productivity and lead to culturally-induced attention deficit disorder, both in adults and children. So schedule some time now to T.I.O. (turn it off!)

Visit Distraction.com for Dr. Hallowell’s tips on coping and connecting in our crazybusy world.

Read Crazybusy for strategies on coping in a world gone ADD.

 

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