12 ways your phone is changing you - We ignore our flesh and blood
No. 2 We ignore our own flesh and blood.
ig•nore \ig-ˈnȯr\ verb transitive
ig•nored; ig•nor•ing [obsolete ignore to be ignorant of, from French ignorer, from Latin ignorare, from ignarus ignorant, unknown, from in- + gnoscere, noscere to know—more at KNOW] 1801
1: to refuse to take notice of
2: to reject (a bill of indictment) as ungrounded synonym see NEGLECT—ig•nor•able \-ˈnȯr-ə-bəl\ adjective—ig•nor•er noun