Can you recall a text-based argument you had with a friend, family member, or significant other? Do you feel “naked” without your cell phone? Do you find yourself mindlessly scrolling through social media?
You’re in the majority if you’ve answered “yes” to one or more of these questions. And don’t worry – you won’t find any judgment in today’s episode. However, you will find a genuine conversation that encourages people to step back and reflect for a moment on the true role technology plays in their lives and how much control they really have over it.
Tune in to explore:
With over four decades of experience in psychology and private counseling, Faust Ruggiero has seen firsthand how society and people are changing and how prevalent anxiety has become. More than ever, people are relying on substances as a quick fix for the stress-filled lives we’ve learned to lead.
“We really do live in a drug culture … It’s a quick fix to make things happen; you feel good for a little while, that wears off, and you keep trying something else, and it’s just a vicious circle,” says Ruggiero.
Learn more by tuning in for the entire conversation, reading Ruggiero’s book The Fix Yourself Handbook Using the Process Way of Life to Transform Your Life Into a Happy, Healthy Journey, and exploring content at https://www.faustruggiero.com/.
Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/38oMlMr