ave you ever been in a situation where you are talking to a person and they are engrossed in their social media sphere? Welcome to the world of ‘ hubbing’ The world of smartphones has been creating dominance over our lives in the coming years; we have been falling prey to the need of being eye candy on social media. Being phubbed not only affects us mentally, but also affects the relationships around you. The ‘phubber’ gets affected too; they feel that they feel less connected with people who are not phone friendly and people who are so socially active. The issue isn’t something that can be resolved, but we can curb it down by keeping cell phones and devices away while we are meeting friends or family and perhaps, I also feel the person who is a phubber feels comfortable in his own sphere of inclusion, which is why they seek solace in their phones. I leave you with a uestion. I do know technology and social media are an important part of our lives, but can you let it dominate to a level that you will have only virtual human contact?