The Epidemic of Attention Addiction (L.L.T. 19)

Greeting Eye Wall Family,

I don’t normally post material featured at on The Eye Wall, but I felt this was a topic which expanded beyond the realms of dating and relationships.

In this edition of The Levels of Love Tips, I’ll be discussing society’s desperate desire for constant superficial attention, primarily via social media, and the negative impact this phenomenon has had on romantic relationships.

If you’re the type of post selfies of yourself or to share details about your love life on a regular basis, you’re definitely going to want to hear this one.


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5 thoughts on “The Epidemic of Attention Addiction (L.L.T. 19)

    1. Thank you for taking the time to listen Kelley. It means a great deal to meal, and I love to hear you were able to get something of constructive value out of it.

      I just felt so many women and men were confused about this concept, so I wanted to break it down step by step so people could really understand what is going on around them and so they could conduct themselves accordingly.

      Much Respect Sista,
      The Stormy Poet

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      1. Of course. I appreciate you putting some thought into speaking on it.
        My ex is one of them that didn’t think his need for attention was a problem; he’d check notifications while driving and it drove me MAD! NOTHING on social media is that important. I also had a classmate that was killed while checking her phone behind the wheel. I know these are extreme cases, but it’s great proof that what is valuable and deserves attention is not on that little glass screen.

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      2. Kelly,

        Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

        What you spelled out is a vivid testament to how our society has become, and, while those were extreme cases, they definitely aren’t uncommon. That’s why I wanted to do a show on this. The obsession of people needing to be constantly validated and given attention is definitely not harmless, and it has definitely seeped over into the arena of relationships.

        Thank you for your commentary, sista. ‘Tis always welcomed and appreciated.

        One Love & One Justice,

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