This shouldn't come as a surprise since most people would rather have a conversation with someone via text while sitting in their underwear and watching TV. The idea of actually having to make the effort to engage someone face to face is not appealing. That's why for the first time ever, we had more digital conversations than actual face to face ones this year. A study found the number of face-to-face conversations we have every day has gone down about 15% in the past five years. We've replaced it with texts, emails, chat apps, and social media messages. So why are we having fewer face-to-face conversations? The study found it's because of an increase in people living alone, working remotely, and just having fewer friends to spend time with.
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