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Gemma Wells
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What B.S. social media and cell phones allow me to be connected with friends who previously HAD fallen away because distance and responsibilities made it hard to connect. I am more connected now than I ever have been. This doesn’t make me think people are replaceable. It makes me think there is no one I can’t have a relationship with.

Ēriks Gasiņš
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Yes you can replace them. Not everyone and anyone, but mostly. There are 7 billion people on the planet, so its stupid to think that there is just one perfect person for you out there, because most probably there are many. Its all about timing though. And after a time, its about staying together because its better than without that person, even though you might be able to find someone better.

Linda Hardiman
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Social media can help maintain connection when distances and time are issues. However,when actually sharing space then devices interfere with connection

Tripti Kay
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Well there aren’t enough Ppl who put in effort n that’s y the easy ‘letting go’ I’m old school n Im disappointed at how less efforts Ppl r willing to put these days…Better to move on

Dana Melton Foster
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Yup. A personal phone call is worth more than a million texts. Hearing the sound of a loved ones’ voice is priceless!

Louie Kiefer
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It’s hyper connected more than anything, it’s just now the bar is raised on what it means for connection to fade. Blame technology all you want but it’s people’s faith in one another that’s faltering. I mean people place ridiculous standards on how quickly we are supposed to reply, how often we are required to correspond, and then if you’re unavailable you’re questioned about not answering your phone since we have it on us at all times now we have to be readily available at the drop of a hat or else it means your connection is fading so you’re… Read more »

Teresa Hurst
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This is sad but true. You cannot replace the energy you have with another physically in technology. Sure you may connect, but on such a superficial level.

Alfred Chan
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In a way true but it’s too over-generalized. Social media can both blind or connect, and it is highly debatable. But letting anyone go is a personal preference and not technology induced. We cannot replace anyone, not just the good people – the bad ones too. So in a way this whole text sounds a bit skewed. Sometimes people who consistently put effort to be in your life when you want them out for good personal reasons can be a pain more than gold.

TyRone Podolak
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That is so true…. People now days are so acceptable to walking away an not trying to hold things .together…The words death do us part mean nothing….. Especially for kids…saddd

Summer Welch
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No, connections fade because people are intentionally awful and ignorant a majority of the time. Social media may have brought that to light, but it has always been the case.

Alex Alvarez
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I might have said the only way I can forget her is if I find somebody cuter, smarter, etc…
But nobody can replace the princess, she has beautiful eyes, likes B dubs, likes Burger King, likes Resident evil, likes roses & ferrera rocheta chocolate, she’s such a dork, who else is a dork with beautiful eyes that likes all these things, plus, her family is cool af.

Lucius Carlisle
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Real friends use these tools to stay in eachothers lives. They can be distracting, but they don’t pull people from your life. That’s a choice people make. No need to kick it with people who ignore you when you’re readily available.

Angela Jones
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Most people are too busy, and can only fit you in for an appointment! It’s very sad.. I have stopped bothering now, because I don’t feel like I can approach them in case you’re going to upset their tight schedule! ?

Abegail Lina
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Eh, I had to learn to more easily disconnect from people long before social media became a thing. Being a military kid and moving around a whole bunch and losing friends all the time to distance does that to you.

Ironically, the internet is what gave me my most steady and longest-held friendships, because of my frequent real-world resets. Not a single one of those friends I made and lost are ever going to be replaceable in any measure, mind you – but moving on just becomes a necessary adaptation when you grow up as a military brat.

Wisdom
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the most beautiful people you’ll ever meet aren’t always the ones who catch your eyes first. No, the most beautiful are the ones that can never be figured out. The one you could talk with for many hours and still have a million things to ask. The people who have mind so lovely and special, you can help but fall in love with them.

Karo Pimeä
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if it hadn’t been for the internet and social media it would have been a lot harder for me to keep the connections I really value. and I would propably not have kept one or two of them… it’s always about how you use it.