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Screen Time Killed Your Schmoozing Skills?

Studies show all that time in front of the computer is withering in-person social skills. Luckily, you can fight back. Working a room was never everyone's cup of team, and the introverts among us are constantly dreading the hand-shaking and small talk of events with strangers. And now research says, young people are generally getting even worse at face-to-face interaction.
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