Donna Zajonc and David Emerald do amazing work in the field of Recovery from the DDT (Dreaded Drama Triangle). I have learned from them and am a certified practitioner in the Power of T.E.D.* (*The Empowerment Dynamic) as well. Today Donna posted an article today about Weapons of Mass Distraction that caught my attention.
How often do we use our devices as distraction to keep from feeling? Is there such a thing as addicted to technology? Do our brains crave the relief of dissociating from our bodies and engaging in drama outside of the mundane daily dreadmill?
Smart phones, I-pads, social media, gaming systems. Frequent notifications, reminders, calls, ads, news flashes and spam folders. Why do you think we resist setting boundaries around these sanity suckers?
I'd love to hear your comments below.
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