Over 350 million people suffer from Facebook Addiction Disorder (FAD)

The era of text messaging being the biggest teenage obsession was gone. And so long gone are the days where the biggest worries for parents were celebrity crushes, massive phone bills from ridiculously long phone calls and chocolate overloads. Now it obsession is all about Facebook.

An American psychologist believes that FAD, or Facebook Addiction Disorder, is a condition that is defined by hours spent on Facebook, so much time in fact that the healthy balance of the individual’s life is affected. It has been said that approximately 350 million people are suffering from the disorder.

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