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10 Signs You Are Addicted To Facebook

facebook-addiction-quizAre you addicted to Facebook? Ooops, forgive me, what addict knows of their addiction? Well, as expressed in the 12 steps of addiction recovery, the first step is admitting your problem.

Facebook addicts have modified the traditional AA twelve steps recovery program by substituting the word “Alcohol” with “Facebook” as you see in this modified Facebook addiction declaration example below:

We admitted we were powerless over Facebook—that our lives had become unmanageable!

As always, I am here to help. If you find that you say, “Yes, that’s me” to two or more of the items below, it might be time to admit your Facebook addiction and seek immediate counseling!

10 Signs You Are Addicted To Facebook


Facebook Addiction #1

You get anxiety over how many Facebook friends you have and you get envious of others who have more friends than you do.

If this is true for you, read no further. You are definitely a Facebook addict!


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Why Men Hide Out in the Bathroom

Almost everyone has a favorite place to relax and unwind after a long day or an even longer night. Perhaps an individual loves to sit quietly outside under the sun or stars and enjoy a bit of nature. Someone else may prefer to head for the beach and, under a colorful sun umbrella, fall asleep to the sound of playful seagulls. Read More

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Jenna Marbles: How To Get Ready For a Date

This morning, I just came across the video Jenna Marbles, How To Get Ready for a Date.

After seeing her video, I realized that Jenna Marbles has had nearly 5 million hits on this video and many others. Why? Because she’s funny, raunchy, self-deprecating, and…pretty hot. Check out here video below How to Get Ready For a Date. If you like it, visit her YouTube channel to see more of her weekly ramblings.

Richard CummingsJenna Marbles: How To Get Ready For a Date

The Longevity Project: Worry and Pessimism Lead To Long Life!

the longevity project reviewA new book has just been released called “The Longevity Project.” In the book, the researchers discover some interesting facts about living longer which refute conventional wisdom.

I have just read an interview with the authors on Time Magazine’s website about The Secret to A Long Life. The article begins.

Worrying is good for your health. Optimism is overrated.

But this begs the question…do you really want to live a long time if all of your peers are going to be the worried and pessimistic type?

Richard CummingsThe Longevity Project: Worry and Pessimism Lead To Long Life!

Charlie Sheen 20/20 Interview — Full Video

Charlie Sheen’s 20/20 Interview is the most complete interview that he has given in this whole saga. Here is a copy of of the full video from the Charlie Sheen 20/20 Interview courtesy of Hulu Online TV.

Full Charlie Sheen 20/20 Interview

(Note: The video below may not be available after a certain date because Hulu only makes videos available for a certain amount of time, a big mistake by the way.)

Reaction to the Charlie Sheen 20/20 Interview

I am not sure why I am so fascinated by this whole Charlie Sheen saga. However, given all the themes involved, my fascination is less of a mystery.

But my interest goes beyond the obvious and intriguing tales of debauchery.

I want to know if Charlie Sheen is a nut that is about to crack or a man finally speaking openly about a life that he has too long concealed–a man who has finally decided to live his way and proclaim without shame, “Yes, I have it all and it’s amazing!”Read More

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Jewish Girls Face Diminishing Dating Options: No Palestinian Men, No Non-Jew, and Now No Jewish Men?

After a plea from Rabbis not to date Palestinian men and to not date any non-Jews, Jewish girls wake up to the news that the former President of Israel, Moshe Katsav, has been convicted of rape.

I overheard a conversation in a kosher café in New York this morning between a Jewish girl named Adena and her father Abe.

Adena said to her father:  “Father, I woke to the news yesterday that the Rabbis say that I am not allowed to date any man of Palestinian descent.  In fact, they say that I should not date any non-Jew.  Look!”

The Father read this article as Adena pointed out the following lines from the Rabbis:  “For your sake, for the sake of future generations, and so you don’t undergo horrible suffering, we turn to you with a request, a plea, a prayer. Don’t date non-Jews, don’t work at places that non-Jews frequent, and don’t do national service with non-Jews.”Read More

Richard CummingsJewish Girls Face Diminishing Dating Options: No Palestinian Men, No Non-Jew, and Now No Jewish Men?