Do you feel your phone vibrating and when you look at it – nothing?

I think it happened to a lot of people – and if you’re not among them, you can consider yourself lucky.

I mean, how can your senses deceive you like that? And, more importantly, why?

Well, the good part is that your phone doesn’t have a problem and it’s not vibrating without a reason.

The bad part is that the actual problem is you.


Many recent studies proved that technology is extremely addictive. Regardless of age, gender or culture, smartphones can get anyone’s attention in no time.

We like getting notifications of other people showing us appreciation. Although you may think it’s just a like, a comment or a message, these things validate our existence – more or less. And, after all, it’s just fun to stay connected so easily, right?

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