One evening, I wanted to watch a TV show. Then chatted with my neighbors outside and that socializing decreased my craving for TV. This reminded me of the trend that we have become independent people and have reduced our interconnectedness and how TV has supplemented socializing. Social media does it even more, and as we know—nothing is as authentic as human contact and connection.
Published by Gila Daman
Registered dietitian nutritionist who's learned you are more than what you eat—you are your thoughts. Certified yoga and Pilates instructor awakening hearts, as well as spines. Author of three books based on 3 different stages of life: The Roadmap Ends Here: Entering Adulthood, First Comes Self-Love, Then Comes Marriage, and She Pooped, I'm Pooped: Motherhood Year One. View all posts by Gila Daman