Study: Cellphone addiction related to compulsive buying and credit card misuse
0. phoneArena posted on 30 Nov 2012, 03:44
Get ready for an intervention or a trip to rehab as a new survey shows that cellphone addiction is related to other compulsive things that people do like shopping and misuse their credit cards; it is all based on the levels of certain chemicals in your body...
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1. wendygarett (limited) 6 days ago posted on 30 Nov 2012, 03:49 4 4
I felt addicted to my cellphone is because of the phonearena.com.
And it's true :(
5. Reluctant_Human posted on 30 Nov 2012, 09:28 2 0
Porn and cheetos like any other god loving american.
3. Nathan_ingx posted on 30 Nov 2012, 09:19 0 0
Well, i don't fiddle with it much...but i check THIS site "frequently"and download stuffs i need!!
4. Nikolas.Oliver (limited) posted on 30 Nov 2012, 09:27 0 0
"there is nothing wrong with having your cellphone by your side at all times. And there is one addiction we would never want to see you end. That is the one that keeps you coming back to PhoneArena."
this.....is so true, i always open 4 different phone news website everyday, phonearena technobuffalo phonedog androidcentral, but the main one is always phonearena
when i don't have my phone with me i feel very concern about my phone, im scared that someone will somehow steal (?) it at my house
6. MC1123 posted on 30 Nov 2012, 16:29 0 0
i never send 3200 text messages in a month! moreover, i could only send like 10 messages a month! :P
8. wizzardtech posted on 01 Dec 2012, 12:12 0 0
I do visit Phonearena frequently because of information on whats new, what happening, events and so on. For me, its being up to date on whats going around you. I send more than
3200 txt messages per month because of my business but im not addicted to my phone. Its just a tool for keeping in touch and help me finishing my stuff quicker. Im messaging my friends and loves ones twice or once a week and thats just it. If you let your phone control you then its your problem, again its a matter of descipline.