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China Stops Shock Therapy for Net Addicts

I’m glad they’re not using the shock therapy treatment any more. What worries me, though, is that I hadn’t realized that an Internet Addiction was realized as a real diagnosed addiction…


  1. Comment by tata reza:

    excuse me….
    good afternoon..
    firstly, i’m sorry i’m not going to comment this writing….
    i am tata, i am a student of a college in indonesia. my major is english literature.
    i’m reading Steve Thayer’s the Wheat Field. n i am going to discuss this novel as my final assignment.
    i browsed the internet, n then i open your Jandy’s reading room. book review. then i see your blog.
    since you are a bookcholic, i’m sure your understanding in reading is much more better than mine.
    i am a bit confused.
    would you give me your hand?
    in your opinion, which topic that i should discuss better from this novel?
    i see voyeurism, politics, investigation etc in this book. but i got confused. 🙁
    thank you very much for reading my writing. n please reply it to
    waiting for your help.
    [sorry for my bad english]
    thank you 🙂

  2. Comment by Aravis:

    Actually it’s been recognized as such in some European countries for years. I’m not sure that I agree with it, but can understand the basis for the belief that it’s addicting. I can’t go a week without my computer anymore; my hands keeping twitching, reaching for a phantom laptop…