Why The Information Age Is Not Informing Us

Effective communication is more than electronic notifications

The written message is not always effective, Christyl Rivers

We live in an age of relentless data. There are notifications on our computer, on our phone, on our devices, in our mail, and more. We are more attuned to screens and what they tell us than ever before in history. So, why do we still not feel communication is effective?

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Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Christyl Rivers, Phd.

Ecopsychologist, Writer, Farmer, Defender of reality, and Cat Castle Custodian.

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