Is excessive communication now becoming a problem now?Facebook and What's up have now become international vehicles for effective communication throughout the world. Precious lives have been often saved in a crisis. Similarly, there has been a big revolution in terms of free s possible through what s up.
While the positives add up to make a massive value-adding difference, given current realities of an increasingly tense world where jobs have been lost, increase in petrol prices beyond all limits, huge inflation and decrease in deposit rates, the availability of what's up is itself becoming a source of friction between friends; between the husband and wife; parents and children and seemingly every single human relationship between two individuals. It is often seen that the phrase" am sorry, I did not mean something like that" gets played out so often; enough damage would have been done by then.
Some three or four decades ago, we did not even have the cell phone. Everything was okay. People at all levels were very happy as face to face conversations were more common. Have we come a full circle now? Is excessive communication a real problem?