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Logging Off to Focus on Your Real Life Relationships

by | Wed, Jul 7 2021

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The average person now spends about eleven hours a day on some form of media. But as we’re working on our computers, scrolling through social media, and watching Netflix at night, what are we missing out on in our real-life relationships?

In this Focus on the Family podcast, Wendy Speake talks about what happened when she went off social media for forty days. She talks about how she got closer to her children and her spouse, found a new intimacy with God, and realised that life is pretty beautiful if you look around and appreciate it.

Book by guest: The 40-Day Social Media Fast

Focus on the Family provides relevant, practical support to help families thrive in every stage of life.  Listen to their daily radio show weekdays on Vision. Find your local times here.

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