Combing the words "phone" and "snubbing," phubbing is when you ignore your partner to be on your phone. It's the act of checking your phone while you are in the middle of a conversation. It is on the rise as a new study says we check our phones 150 times a day on average.
Baylor University recently did a study on phubbing and concluded that it’s ruining our relationships.
Relationship expert Tara Caffelle says if you are always staring into your phone, it’s pretty hard to have meaningful connections with loved ones.
Phubbing is also responsible for relationship issues as 46 percent of couples said they have been “phubbed” and 22 percent of them said it caused an argument.
Do an experiment. See how many times in one day you phub someone.