Dating in parallel
I find men that can parallel park well, attractive. My father is a master of parallel parking - he does it with one hand, one look, and ends up a perfect quarter-inch from the curb.This gentleman is a very good parallel parker, among his other virtues.However, once I mentioned the reason for my attraction to him, he started getting nervous...and now he parks miserably, hitting the curb and requiring 47 maneuvers to get the car in! "Teens who spend more time than average on screen activities are more likely to be unhappy, and those who spend more time than average on non-screen activities are more likely to be happy," wrote Twenge in the September issue of The Atlantic.
To their credit the current crop of college students is the least prejudiced among those I have known in four decades.So, the question is: Can this relationship be saved?Recently, a college dean I know overheard a morning cellphone conversation between a student and her mother. Another student's father called a supervisor who had interviewed his son and asked, "How did he do? Her research and that of others confirms that the smartphone is their screen of choice.By being so tightly connected to each other electronically they are missing out on the joys and rewards of real social lives in the physical presence of others.One of the worst fears of students is the fear of missing out.
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Today, I see ethnically mixed students assembling everywhere they wish. But over-connecting with their friends or with their parents is clearly not a formula for a balanced life.