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Battling the Addiction to Cellphone Use at the Dinner Table

Author Jason Gay has some sensible rules to reduce rude moments caused by phone use at the table.
02:49 | 06/24/2014

Transcript for Battling the Addiction to Cellphone Use at the Dinner Table

Next up, "Wall Street journal" piece getting a lot of buzz. Talking about the bad habits so many of us have, sneaking a peek at your phone at the dinner table. But the author says parents with young... See More
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