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Virtual Addiction
David N. Greenfield

Help For Netheads, Cyberfreaks, And Those Who Love Them

New Harbinger Publications
September 1999
On Sale: September 1, 1999
227 pages
ISBN: 1572241721
EAN: 9781572241725
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This book is for those net browsers who spend hours and hours on the Web, in chat rooms, playing games, and viewing endless hours of streaming video footage. For some, their compulsive behavior in cyberspace escalates to cause them problems at work or school or leads them to neglect their real relationships. The book explains the nature of Internet addiction, with special attention to new forms of relationships that have appeared on the net. It lists the twelve warning signs of Internet abuse and suggests a variety of concrete steps that addicts can take to change their relationship with their computers.

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