3 things not to be found in healthy relationship
Every little sweet friend has hidden candy wrappers under a mattress so that their parents can’t see them. This behaviour usually remains in childhood. In the modern world, however, there are new problems, one of which may be over-attachment to one’s digital friend and spending secretly time with it may be one of the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
It is your last social partner in the evening and your first companion in the morning
The place of a smartphone is not really at all in the bedroom, where, as the name suggests, it is about resting, not chilling in the phone. Of course, it is very nice to read the news on your back before falling asleep, but the bright and blue coloured screen wakes your brain up, which may lower your sleep quality.
In the morning, you could be woken up by an alarm clock so that your brain can wake up in it’ s own pace, calmly. If you immediately wake up to the same paths you left in the evening, you will not encourage much of your thinking. Change your habits so that the wisest muscle in your body, the brain, can train itself.
You grab your phone to easily control it
Checking your phone for no reason is a habit. If you grab the phone after it vibrates, it can be called a reflex. The fear of missing out (FOMO) can create the habit of checking the phone. Unless you’re working in an ambulance, there’s no vital reason why all the information in the world needs to reach you in seconds. Why you would have to follow social media super closely because it’s not reflect anyone’s real life because the content that is created there is not in line with reality. Curated lives are shown on social media as intended. Maybe you lose anything valuable in reality when being too much in digital life, fearing that something might pass by.
Hiding the phone usage
Have you found yourself being in the phone while meeting friends? Have you been on the couch at home and surfing the phone and when your partner asks what are you doing, you close the phone and answer with guilty tone “nothing”.
Hiding your habits may indicate a long-standing concern in which you are best helped by those for whom you hide your addiction – friends and loved ones. The first step towards a solution is to acknowledge the problem, and the people around you have a big role to play in finding and finding solutions.