Four days ago, I did the unthinkable. I pulled the plug. I killed Facebook. At least, I killed my own Facebook – including my personal profile, author page and other pages/groups. 492 more words
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You may have told someone, “You’re addicted to Facebook!” Oftentimes, you may be the one on the receiving end of these kinds of phrases.
Although Facebook Addiction has been cleared by the experts to not be an official clinical diagnosis such as impulse control disorders, substance addiction, or pathological gambling, too much time on Facebook can still pose a problem to people. 575 more words
For many Facebook users, the urge to like a kitten video or snoop on a high-school flame is almost irresistible.
As it turns out, this type of “Facebook addiction” may show up in the brain: A new study found that the brains of people who report compulsive urges to use the social networking site show some brain patterns similar to those found in drug addicts. 731 more words
Many times it do happens that we start surfing net and we don’t feel anything to do other than net surfing.Our whole day just get passed on surfing the net and at the end of the day when we ask our self.. 198 more words