Do you ever choose to spend time with on-line "friends & family", while shunning your real people?
It seems as if the Internet addiction fullfills the need of many lonely people. Our real friends and families know us, our imperfections and idiosyncracies. Our on-line lifestyle seems so much easier when it comes to relationships. Are we missing important, and real interactions by living on-line?
I have not chose so far the virtual world on the real world. I prefer to be grounded. The virtual relationship is nice but to some extent only.
Not really.I prefer real people to interact with but because of the lack of time and the easy availability of on line friends to access, it is more convenient .It does not replace the real face to face contact with real people though. Unfortunately , the real face to face contact with real people seems to be a dwindling practice. I believe,that at the rate we are going , the whole world will eventually forego face to face contact with real people and a live audience will no longer be the norm in our life.
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