HR Personnel, Nice Technologies
Phone snubbing or phubbing’ is gaining popularity and is impacting friendships and relationships as it makes you feel disconnected from the person. e live in a world where our happiness quotient is measured by the number of likes and comments, rather than the memory we are creating with the person we are with. nfortunately, phubbing severely disrupts our present moment in personal relationships. t leaves the person being phubbed feeling less cared for. How can we overcome this behaviour, yet not be socially unavailable Designating dedicated relationship time where you and your loved one leave their phone behind and focus on listening’ to each other. Disabling non-essential smart phone notifications helps in curbing the urge to constantly know what the world thinks about our present moment. The smartest feature on a smartphone is the power we have to decide when it needs to be silent’. personally believe that technology and social media are important parts of modern life, but what we shouldn’t lose in the process is the importance of being present and available physically, mentally and emotionally in the presence of someone who considers having a conversation with us important.