The Joy of Missing Out

Finding Balance in a Wired World

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The Joy of Missing Out is a highly praised book by Canadian author Christina Crook that reveals how the keys to our joy come from intentional connections and presence, not from our smartphones.

"I think it's a loss of wildness that I'm longing to recover." - Psychology Today publishes wonderful review of #JOMO

I am so grateful to Dr. Susan Biali for her wonderful review of The Joy of Missing Out in Psychology Today. 

I am challenged by her reflections, particularly this: 

"I think it's a loss of wildness that I am mourning and longing to recover.

"Our lives used to be in-person, they used to be so much more alive. The technology, though amazing and wonderful in its ability to connect the world, isn't alive. We don't spend nearly as much time as we used to connecting with real people. We need real people, real connection. And real connection with ourselves, not just others."

You can find the full review here