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    Re: Keeping - Or Not Keeping - Your Internet Use Under Control

    BTW, from an article Yuray just posted on being onself:

    In some cases, reducing Internet dependency might help you feel more "connected" to yourself. It may be easier to nurture your individuality without the perpetual distractions of the Internet. Try not going online for a while, and if this leads you to start feeling better about yourself, then you may want to consider replacing all the excess time you spend on the Internet with offline activities, such as hobbies or clubs.

    http://forum.psychlinks.ca/general-s...ady-taken.html
    This reminds me of the term saturated self.

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    Re: Keeping - Or Not Keeping - Your Internet Use Under Control

    I'm glad this reminder is here as well, as I am very prone to internet addiction. I'm addicted to writing and thinking, but I also need to be out and exercings and not avoiding and procrastinating.

    I like the timer idea and I think I need to use that as well. Also maybe reconsidering allowable times for use, and not allowable times for use. It's also not good for me to be doing to close to bedtime.

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    Re: Keeping - Or Not Keeping - Your Internet Use Under Control

    The Facebook divorces: Social network site is cited in 'a THIRD of splits'

    SEE: Facebook is cited in 'a THIRD of divorces' | Mail Online

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