No. A couple of years ago when I first got on to Facebook I was definitely addicted - to the point where I would log on in the morning and again after work. I never got to the point where I would actually log on at work - we were in a corporate office and it wouldn't have gone down well to be seen bludging on Facebook, but when I was home I would be on it a lot. Then it went mobile and I downloaded the Facebook App - wow - I could then be on it 24-7 and did for a while. Until I realised how much time I was wasting on it. Then I stopped altogether and now only go on once every week or so to see what my friends and family are up to.
I run part of My business, Butterfly Host Plants, through a fb page so i have to regularly check fb to answer questions about butterflies, Identify caterpillars and organise plant parties. This is my first priority when I log on. After that I set myself a time limit to use it for personal use. I find fb great for connecting to friends back in England, and keeping an ey on what my daughter is up to. As i do not own a mobile phone i do not get constant updates and status updates so i'm not constantly logging in.
It's just a communication took like any other.
I wouldn't say I'm addicted to Facebook... but I spend a lot of time online and I do spend a lot of time on Facebook. It's more something I do when I'm bored or procrastinating rathe than something I feel the need to do.
Unfortunately yes. My husband is sick of it. Everytime he turns around he says i'm on facebook. I personally don't think that's true since I do all the house chores and look after the 4 kids. I am mainly addicted at night once they are all asleep.
I'm on daily, so not sure if I'm addicted or not...but also on twitter so I guess if you add it together, it's probably a mild addiction. I take breaks when we go away. Try to be more in the moment and less on the phone...
Don't have time nor the inclination to be on facebook. My adult children and grand children are but I couldn't be bothered with it. From what i hear it can end up ruling your life. We need to live life, not waste it.
No and I never joined and don't intend to, however I see it can be of benefit if used wisely like keeping in touch with people overseas or interstate and being mindful that information is available for the world to see...