英会話仙人トモヤさん/SNSやスマホの闇 | イモンシネック Simon Sinek





英会話仙人トモヤさん/英会話仙人トモヤさん/SNSやスマホの闇 | イモンシネック Simon Sinek

Almost every alcoholic
discovered alcohol when they were teenagers,
When we’re very, very young, the only approval we need
is the approval of our parents.
And as we go through adolescence,
we make this transition where we now need
the approval of our peers.
What’s happening is because we’re
allowing unfettered access to
these dopamine-producing devices and media,
too many kids
don’t know how to form deep, meaningful relationships.
Their words, not mine.
They will admit that many of their friendships are superficial.
They will admit that they don’t count on their friends.
They don’t reply on their friends.
They have fun with their friends.
but they also know that their friends will cancel on them
when something better comes along.
Because they never practice the skillset.
and worse,
they don’t the the coping mechanisms to deal with stress.
So when significant stress starts to show up in their lives,
they’re not turning to a person.
They’re turning to social media.
They’re turning to these things,
which offer temporary relief.
Alcohol is not bad.
Too much alcohol is bad.
Gambling is fun.
Too much gambling is dangerous.
There’s nothing wrong with social media and cellphones.
It’s the imbalance.
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When we’re very, very young, the only approval we need
approval 同意、承認、許可
is the approval of our parents.
And as we go through adolescence,
go through -, 〜を経験する
adolescence 思春期、青年期
we make this transition where we now need
transition 移行
the approval of our peers.
peer(s) 仲間、同僚
allowing unfettered access to
untettered 拘束されない
these dopamine-producing devices and media,
dopamine ドーパミン
don’t know how to form deep, meaningful relationships.
form 形成する、作る
meaningful 意味のある、有意義な 
They will admit that many of their friendships are superficial.
superficial 表面的な、うわべだけの
They will admit that they don’t count on their friends.
count on -, 〜を頼りにする
They don’t reply on their friends.
rely on -, 〜を頼りにする、信頼する
when something better comes along.
come along やってくる、一緒に来る
Because they never practice the skillset.
skillset 知識や技能
and worse,
they don’t the the coping mechanisms to deal with stress.
coping mechanism 対処メカニズム
So when significant stress starts to show up in their lives,
they’re not turning to a person.
They’re turning to social media.
turn to -, 〜に頼る
They’re turning to these things,
which offer temporary relief.
temporary 一時的な
There’s nothing wrong with social media and cellphones.
It’s the imbalance.
imbalance 不釣り合い、アンバランス

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