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How To Know If You Are Addicted to Facebook

January 12, 2017
by Anesa McGregor , Emmetsburg News

Over 400 million people are Facebook users and half of them visit every day to post, socialize, play games and network. So the question becomes, are you one of the millions addicted to Facebook? Could you stop using Facebook anytime you wanted to or would you be one of those who fall into a heap because Facebook was gone?

I found myself somewhere in between; especially when I found the following points, printed by Sheila Moss, that will tell you if you are addicted. So read on and find out if you could stop using Facebook anytime you wanted to or if you are one of the addicted ones.

You might be addicted if:

If Facebook is the homepage on your computer, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you think social networking is a good way to make friends, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you frequently check your smart phone for Facebook updates, you might be addicted.

If you think 5000 friends are not enough, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you play Farmville, Cafe World, CityVille, or FrontierVille, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you "like" your own posts, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you have an app that posts your blog to Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you know the difference between a Profile page and a Facebook page, you might be addicted.

If you feel hurt when your friends don't tag you in photos, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you know what it means to be poked on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you read every one of the email notifications from Facebook, you might be addicted.

If anyone has unfriended you for excessive posting, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you have invited friends you don't know personally, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you think Facebook friends are actually real friends, you might be addicted.

f you have ever said, "Not right now, I'm on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you think about Facebook even when you are not logged in, you might be addicted.

If you actually send birthday wishes to all your Facebook friends, you might be addicted.

If you spend more than one hour a day on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you try to find old classmates from high school on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you use Facebook to invite people to your social events and expect them to come, you might be addicted.

If you are frequently late because you are on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you take pictures of your food at a restaurant and post it on Facebook, you might be addicted.

If you update your status more than several times a day, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you understand what all of this stuff is, you might be addicted to Facebook.

If you can relate to only a few of these points, you really don't have much to worry about. However, if you can relate to more than half, you better get on the wagon to recovery.

 
 
 

 

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