Jeanne Phillips Published 12:01 am PDT, Tuesday, October 15, 2019 A woman can’t stop checking her smartphone. A woman can’t stop checking her smartphone. Photo: AntonioGuillem, Getty Images/iStockphoto Photo: AntonioGuillem, Getty Images/iStockphoto Image 1 of / 37 Caption Close Image 1 of 37 A woman can’t stop checking her smartphone. A woman can’t stop checking her smartphone. Photo: AntonioGuillem, Getty Images/iStockphoto Dear Abby: Tethered to phone? That’s unhealthy 1 / 37 Back to Gallery DEAR ABBY: I have a smartphone, and I love its convenience. I check my email, texts and voicemail three or four times a day and always try to respond promptly. But I do not carry my phone with me every moment of the day. Some family members insist that the polite thing to do is to return a text message or voicemail immediately. They carry their phones with them and constantly interrupt whatever they are involved with to answer the phone, send a text, etc. For my birthday, one relative gave me a little pouch on a string so I could wear my phone around my neck wherever I went because she texted me one day early in the afternoon saying she wanted to drop by, but… Read full this story
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