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Psychiatrists continue to try to figure out the complexities of the human brain. They still have a long way to go (IMO).
A ground breaking study, from across the pond:
Thu, 01/12/2012 - 05:57
Marietta this may apply to you. Just sayin.
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Rational Recovery, SOS, HAMShttp://alcoholabusesolutions.com/
Thu, 01/12/2012 - 14:54
Just sayin WHAT?
"Henrietta Bowden Jones, consultant psychiatrist at Imperial College, London, who runs Britain's only NHS clinic for internet addicts and problem gamblers, said: 'The majority of people we see with serious internet addiction are gamers – people who spend long hours in roles in various games that cause them to disregard their obligations. I have seen people who stopped attending university lectures, failed their degrees or their marriages broke down because they were unable to emotionally connect with anything outside the game.'"
I have never played an internet-designed game, I have no interest in such things. But I'm terribly glad I was able to finally starve that little shit of a toddler always hanging around my ankles. Why couldn't he just go make his own dinner?
Sat, 01/14/2012 - 05:48
Well, by your own admission you don't work all that much, and you spend an unhealthy amount of time on this forum. You must spend time doing other internet activities?
"'The majority of people we see with serious internet addiction are gamers –......."
So obviously there is a minority out there with an internet addiction that are not gamers, Yes?
Perhaps you can join an online anonymous group. 2 addictions would be unmanageable.
And you are addicted to your bi-polar medication are you not?
Sun, 07/15/2012 - 12:33
The above article might be helpful for you CLar. You do have an internet addiction.