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Do you have nomophobia? It's the fear of being without a cell phone, such as when it's lost, broken, running out of battery, or out-of-reach. Tell us to win a $25 Amazon gift card.

What happens when your phone isn't near you? How do you react?

Yes, I do have nomophobia and I'm not concerned (24.5%)

I have nomophobia but I wish I didn't (21.5%)

Nope, I don't have nomophobia (54.0%)

Do you have nomophobia? It's the fear of being without a cell phone, such as when it's lost, broken, running out of battery, or out-of-reach. Tell us to win a $25 Amazon gift card.
  • dogtrainer By dogtrainer
    on Aug 10, 2019  

    I leave my phone in the house when I work outside. I also put my phone on silent on the nights I do not have to get up really early.

  • ecollins86 By ecollins86
    on Aug 10, 2019  

    I actually enjoy not having my phone around.

  • mom3ways By mom3ways
    on Aug 11, 2019  

    Phones.... can't live without them!!

  • poochiecoo By poochiecoo
    on Aug 11, 2019  

    I have had a smartphone for less than a year. Prior to getting a smartphone, I used a cheap flip phone. I don't always carry my smartphone with me.

  • Megnalyse By Megnalyse
    on Aug 11, 2019  

    Thankfully, being without my phone is not one of my biggest concerns, its quite refreshing.

  • naheed By naheed
    on Aug 11, 2019  

    I always have it with me when outside, but at home I check it occasionally and I don't mind to be without it but not for long time. I mostly check it to look at my grandson's pictures.

  • Andysgurl By Andysgurl
    on Aug 12, 2019  

    I'll Admit it...I have a problem!

  • mami2jcn By mami2jcn
    on Aug 12, 2019  

    We all survived before there were cell phones!

  • voyager1 By voyager1
    on Aug 12, 2019  

    I have it when I leave the house and realize I left without my phone. Then I start thinking about all the things that could happen and how I would be lost without my phone to call for help.

  • Leannemj By Leannemj
    on Aug 12, 2019  

    I literally feel like I can't do anything unless I find it. Leaving my house is out of the question if it's lost.