Facebook to Face a Book
We are all aware that there are numerous things on the internet that can occupy large amount of our time. We let our fingers do all the work, from talking, purchasing and even breathing itself. For most of the students, life without access of internet is merely impossible. It is their alter ego’s floor. As a result of being highly dependent to the internet, they developed internet addiction disorder.
I diagnosed myself suffering from the same disorder. Every time I arrive home, I immediately jump in front of my laptop and go online to check e-mails and updates from all the social networks that I patronize. Even if I set time for me to log-out and even if it includes threatening my self with physical or emotional pain, I will always end up glued wasting my time browsing the World Wide Web until I feel sleepy, that, leaves my school works undone, my readings untouched, my long list of things to do uncrossed out. Each time I try to ignore the strong urge to go online to do more productive activities, I turn out to be the defeated one since at the end of the day, it is really easier to just press the power button of my laptop than to argue with myself about the excessive use of the internet for one whole day.
So this is it. I have to end the suffering of my body from sleepless nights whenever I cram school requirements and to put an end to my unhealthy life style throwing away my weekends and free times on the internet. I decided to face books rather than spending the rest of my life on facebook and other social networks. I know it is impossible for me to suddenly diminish the use of internet since it is as if I’m on comatose without it, all I need to do is to develop a healthy relationship with it, and that means, I should not let it interfere with my academic responsibilities. The Internet is a fantastic medium. It has dramatically altered how we communicate with one another and find information. But, as with most things in life,...
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