Date(s) - March 24, 2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Our daily tech choices are resulting in disintegrating conversations, distracted brains, and reduced human empathy. How should we respond?
While the data are clear about the fact that almost everyone over the age of ten is digitally saturated, questions about the precise relational, health, and mental health consequences of our collective digital love-affair are just beginning to clearly emerge.
What the data suggests should be cause for concern and become topics of conversation in every context of our lives. Why? Because the inconvenient truth is this: Our daily tech choices are resulting in disintegrating conversations, distracted brains, reduced human empathy, and multiple negative mental and physical health outcomes.
In this dynamic presentation, Dr. Carol Bruess will address the current state of our relationship to technology and provide practical approaches to help each of us re-evaluate our relationships both to each other and to the devices we adore.
Thursday, March 24, 2022 -7:00 PM – 8:30 PM PDT
This lecture will be offered live on Zoom.