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From Mashable:  Are you one of the 29% of people who say they can’t live without their cellphones? According to a recent Pew Research study, people have a hard time breaking away from their cellphones — and their friends don’t help stop this addictive behavior. The study also shows that only 12% of cellphone owners say that people they know tell them when they’re spending too much time on their phone. But 39% of cellphone owners say their family, friends and acquaintances will complain if they don’t answers calls or texts fast enough. The study of 2,254 adults showed that 67% of cellphone owners check their phone for messages, alerts, or calls, even when they don’t notice their phone ringing or vibrating. Here’s another unhealthy habit — 44% of cell owners have slept with their cellphone next to their bed because they didn’t want to miss any calls or texts during the night. You might have to police yourself when it comes to your cellphone use. But how do you know when you’re exhibiting addictive behavior when it comes to your cellphone? Do you check your phone when you wake up and right before you go to bed? Does your need to check your cellphone constantly override social etiquette, like checking your phone while at dinner? Does checking your phone get in the way of your safety, like text messaging while driving? Ask yourself, just how much would you give up for your cellphone? Answering these questions can point you to an answer about whether or not your need for constant connection via your cellphone is reaching unhealthy levels. // Read more here…  Addicted to Your Cellphone? You’re Not Alone. So… tell the truth.  Are YOU addicted to your smartphone. Let me be first to answer. Yes. Leave your comments below.  Is this a problem for you?  How do you curb your dependance on your cell phone?
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