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@ali9976 wrote: »
well i think involving physical activities may help you overcome the internet addiction.
physical activity you name it there are lots of activities like
1.tuning your body by going to gym if you look good physically it makes you a happier person (to my point of view internet addiction made you sad or self grieving )
3. going out in park or theme park
4.go to library
5.join some social servicing group by helping other makes you happy
@mheredge said:Nowadays the internet ensures that there's no excuse for not knowing what is going on in the world.
Nowadays the internet ensures that there's no excuse for not knowing what is going on in the world.
mheredge wrote: »
I don't think that I'm addicted @peaceculture2 as I can very happily leave all devices behind (including the tablet or phone) and go out for the day and not feel I'm missing anything. of course I need it for my work, but I tend to control how much time I spend looking at the screen. I am however hopelessly addicted to coffee.