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I'm addicted to the internet. I'm spending five to six, sometimes more, hours on my phone on youtube and twitter and stuff like that. It's affecting my social life. A LOT. My friends have started to think that I'd rather stay home and be online instead of with them. My parents are telling me to delete my twitter, thinking maybe that would help, but I have some really close friends I've met through twitter (which sounds kinda bad with all the perverts online) that I can trust with my secrets and that they won't tell everyone at school about them. I want to find ways to limit my internet time without separating myself from those friends and also spending more time with my real-life friends. Any ideas?
Hey girlie, start limiting yourself slowly. This week spend an hour less online. The next week cut out another hour. Get yourself down to just two hours or so a day. You can talk to your online friends that way and still have time for your real life friends and your family.
by merlbookworm on 7/1/2013 5:37:01 PM
I am so sorry that your classmates are being so puerile and immature about your sexuality. Know that you are beautiful and awesome just the way you are and if your "friends" aren't able to see that right now, then they don't deserve you. Don't let them see that their comments bother you and they'll end up admiring your confidence. Things will get better soon--they always do! Stay strong xoxo
by lucy143247 on 7/1/2013 2:29:07 PM
So sorry they're treating you like that girl! Stay strong
by aki2000 on 7/1/2013 2:10:49 PM
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