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Smartphones

Written by a Teenager

Although phones allow teens to


easily contact and connect to
others, the constant use of these
devices hinder the quality of their
real-life friendships and social

Friendships and Social Experiences


Provide support
Celebrate each others successes
Honest with each other
Share secrets with each other
Provide sympathy
Dont judge
Encourage you to achieve goals
Help you feel like you belong
Help you feel happy and not sad
More friendships= Longer life

Before
Smartphones

Fun with friends!

Biking and Concerts!

Face-To-Face Conversations!

Here Comes the Smartphone


Capabilities:
-Voice call
-Texting
-Access to applications
-Camera
-Access social media
-And more

Have You Ever Done This?

Been in public like this?

Hung out with your friends like


this?

Most likely, you related to at


least one of those pictures or
had a friend that did.

50-70 percent of 12-14 year olds have their


own smartphones

Positive Impact of Smartphones


Supplements face-to-face interaction
Positive mental health
Easy to meet large numbers of people
Text messages remind us of satisfying relationships
Some teens feel more connected to friends lives
Facilitates communication
Phones can help document memories
Makes social media accessible at all times
Helps families feel more secure

Negative Impact of Smartphones


Writing Letters/ Making Home phone calls exchanged for
Texting
Jealousy/ Spying/ Paranoia
Tempts people to talk to people that they were trying to
avoid
Addiction to phone/ anxiety without it
Some teens check social media more than 100 times a
day
Constant use of social media makes teens feel TOO
connected to friends
Expectation to respond immediately

Negative Impact of Smartphones


Continued
Interactions with people that are not close friends are
decreased
Electronic interactions are replacing other forms of
interactions
People look at phones instead of interacting with
strangers
Phones distract from real life
Spending time looking at screens lowers the ability of
recognizing emotions (Recognizing emotions is an
important social skill)

Is It Too Much?
Easy to see that there are more negative impacts than
positive
On average, teens spend more the 4 hours a day on
their phones

How much time do you


spend on your phone each
day?

Did you answer: A lot?


Time on the phone is taking away from real life
experiences

People ages 3-18 should limit phone use to no more


than 2 hours a day

Things to do with friends instead of


being on the phone:
Go to the park
Go for a hike
Go swimming
Converse with friends
Go fishing
Go for a bike ride
Learn an instrument
Read
The list is endless!

Put your phone down!

Follow Our Twitter Page!


@put_phone

Thanks for your time!

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