In the current age of mass-manufactured products, the reality is that everything you use on a daily basis can be easily and cheaply replaced. While the environmental implications of this phenomenon has been repeated ad infinitum, we overlook another insidious consequence arising from the practice: the normalization of disposabililty.
Planned obsolesce has become ingrained in the modern psyche, infecting our behavior, identity, and social relationships with others. By addressing the attitude from the daily things we use, we can improve the quality of our lives and relationships.
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