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The 1-month guide to ‘breaking up’ with your phone

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Feel like you’re addicted to your iPhone or Android? “How to Break Up With Your Phone” author Catherine Price and New York Times writer Kevin Roose stop by to share their top tips to change your relationship with your phone over the course of one month.