Have you ever had that isolated feeling when your partner is attached to a light coming out of a box that feeds them constant information on almost any topic and you feel like you are interrupting them and taking them away from what they would rather be doing by asking a question and then watching them get lost in the box again? There you are taking your time to spend with them, taking your time to talk to them and then you realize does it matter if you are there or not? Is physical presense as important as it use to be? Do people have long talks about nothing, or do they now only get attention or noticed when they have a question or have something worth hearing to say? How has technology replaced the the slower paces that bond relationships before a bing from a text or the lure of watching and interacting with a virtual world take over and leave one of the two people feel like they lost something, yet not sure what is lost. Tune in and Join in on the Conversation Tomorrow Morning at 5:30 AM, PST!