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Internet Users turn Addicts If youre an Internet user you know who you are They are among all of us in society although many may choose to not acknowledge that they too frequently use the Internet As I sit here and look across the street I see a man in front of his own computer the screen glowing against the window behind him He does not use his personal computer for work he is a farmer He has become what is known as an Internet Junky The addiction begins innocently At the start you are not even aware of the possibilities that may form from your excessive computer use You begin to take an avid interest in e-mailing with your friends and family Once the novelty of keeping in touch with your colleagues wears off and researching starts to bore you you may possibly expand your computer usage to chatting Yes chatting It is something that is becoming more acceptable in our lives but it is still looked down upon by many skeptics Chatting through the Internet involves choosing an appropriate nickname for yourself IE Fisherman and then finding a room where you feel compelled to spend time in Once youve entered the room other fellow chatters may say Helloasl agesexlocation please And so begins the addiction Once you become involved in meeting people online it is difficult to break such a habit You may even make a daily habit of it People have been found to carry out exactly the same behavior not only across the nation but across the globe In any one room you may come across people from five different countries of the world Granted not everyone who stays online for hours on end are enveloped in chatting but it is more often then not the cause for Internet Addiction Disorder IAD Goldberg MD The prevalence of Internet Addiction Disorder has been increasing in number
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