This is a story of a CEO overcoming a Facebook addiction – like any addiction – has real consequences in the physical world that affect you and everyone around you.

The Writing on the Wall: How I am dealing with my Facebook addiction | Scott Jordan | LinkedIn.

I am a Facebook addict. That’s not an opinion; it’s a fact as plain as the nose on my face(book). While it may not be as life-threatening as a drug or alcohol addiction, the psychological aspects are very similar, to the point of being a recognized medical condition in Japan and elsewhere. It was also the single largest daily use of my time other than sleeping, which is pretty sad.

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