15:46 16 March 2011
We all know one friend who can't go for more than a few minutes without checking their profile or updating their status.
Facebook is an addiction like any other and if you're concerned that you, or someone you know, may be becoming addicted to Facebook, read on.
Are you guilty of any of these Facebook crimes? Then it might be time to step away from the computer and log off for good.
Anger management You get unnecessarily angry when Facebook makes even the smallest little change to its layout.
Check! You make sure that you check in everywhere you go. Think people care that you've just checked in at 'my comfy bed'? They don't.
Serial updater You've started sharing every little thing that happens to you with your Facebook friends - and when something funny happens, the first thing you think of is "I must put that on Facebook".
Account addict You've actually created an account for your cat. Or your baby. Or plant. Anything that can't use a computer shouldn't have a Facebook account!
Say cheese! You've started taking pictures of yourself to use as your profile picture. Step away from the camera!
Friend fear You start getting upset if you haven't had a friend request in the last day or if your flat mate has more friends than you.
Now might be the time to go and spend some time with your real-life friends.
Oversharing You start to vent and broadcast about personal things, like how horrible your recent break up was, how much you love your ex or how down you feel today.
Newsflash, nobody wants to read it. Facebook isn't your Agony Aunt.
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