What Is At Stake?

“We fill our days with ongoing connection, denying ourselves time to think and dream.”

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The way we communicate has changed, but thats not the problem. 

Our phones have become masks, distractions and addictions. 

They are convenient, pervasive and socially indispensable, so we hardly question them.

But the average American consumes 10 hours of media a day. The average young person spends most of those hours on social media.

Does this bring education, growth, happiness?

For many it just allows for escape.

We are letting our lives slip away.

I ask you, is it worth it?


What Is Let's Talk?

The Let’s Talk initiative exists to promote a healthy relationship with our devices, to reclaim conversation and celebrate life beyond the screen.

Let’s Talk was featured on Buzzfeed, The Dallas Morning News, Passion Passport and The King and Why. It was founded in 2015 by Chris Andrews who walked a 3,200 mile solo journey on foot to spread the message of healthy connection.

Let’s Talk is now a public speaking platform to educate and inspire others to wake up and find balance in their everyday life.

 

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I Used To Be A Human Being New York Magazine

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Resist the Internet New York Times

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Intimacy for the Avoidant New York Times

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The Binge Breaker The Atlantic

The Binge Breaker

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Why We Can't Put Down Our Phones Psychology Today

Why We Can't Put Down Our Phones

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On Breaking Our Addiction to Online Information WBUR

On Breaking Our Addiction to Online Information

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