How Long Are You Online Everyday?

In this case you need a method to resolve this inner conflict. There is an an NLP technique that was specially designed for resolving inner conflicts which is called Parts Integration Technique. Visit this link for full information on parts integration technique.

Confront Problems Directly: Be task relevant and action oriented. Always rationally evaluate your options.make sure you do this when you are calm and all of your emotions have passed.

Dealing with why your online is the next step. If being online is helping to blow off steam, stress, dealing with angry feelings, it’s time to learn how to cope with those feelings. If the internet is your way of coping with those feelings, it’s time to join a support group or enter a counseling program. If the internet is a sometime way of dealing with those feelings, monitor it. If the time increases or the internet becomes the method of choice for dealing with anger or stress, it’s a good idea to get help.

Just think about it for sec, by sitting for hours in front of computer and browsing through the net can make people ignorance on their health. Causing their behavior and attitude to change into a seclude person.

ARE You an ADDICT? Online or smartphone addiction is comparable to smoking you have to do it more than once a day and if you don’t you start to feel anxious, irritable, worried and desperate for your next time.

My biker in the intersection was re-tweeted in my mind when reading a recent Washington Post article. Two billion mobile apps downloaded to date, another 5 billion apps will be downloaded by 2013. Physically we are in the present; mentally we in the digital data stream. And when we stay fixed for a moment in the “now”, it’s not for long.

Here’s the story of Sam, an iron-willed guy who decided to quit smoking. The first day passed, the second day passed and still he resisted the urge to smoke a cigarette. He started to feel happy and confident.

Defensive Coping- a way to protect yourself from emotional discomforts of stress, in a matter that reduces the intensity of the stress experienced. Defensive coping includes avoidance, repression, and denial. How does this work? By self-deception; we bend and twist reality in ways that suit us best. This is both an unconscious and conscious process, although mostly unconscious and it is very normal. Although it’s normal, it definitely is not healthy. When you avoid a situation, you do not come up with a solution. When you repress a situation, it leads to poor health because you delay owning up to your problems. When you are in denial and you experience wishful thinking, you surely do not accomplish much.