We grow less and less patient for reality as it is, especially when it’s boring or uncomfortable. We come to expect more from the world, more rapidly. And because reality can’t live up to our expectations, it reinforces how often we want to turn to our screens. A self-reinforcing feedback loop.
Tech Companies Are Designing Your Life — Here’s Why You Should Care
Tristan Harris

Easy way to see this, look at the expectations of your young kids who have grown up with screens present there entire life. The reality of there own life pales in comparison to that of others they see via youtube or other social media. Even when restrictions (time, type, etc.) are in place each use build upon itself.

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