I’m addicted to my smartphone


I’m addicted to my smartphone. I’m constantly checking it, even when I’m not supposed to be. I’ll pull it out during class, during meetings, and even when I’m driving. I know I should put it away, but I can’t help myself. I’m constantly drawn to it, and I feel like I need to check it every few minutes.

It’s not just that I’m addicted to the act of checking my phone, I’m also addicted to the apps and games on it. I’m always looking for the next new game to play or the next app to download. I’ve even been known to spend hours on my phone when I should be doing other things, like sleeping or talking to people in person.

I know my addiction is a problem, and I’m working on it. I’m trying to be more present in the moment and to put my phone away when I’m with other people. I’m also trying to find other things to do with my time, like reading or going for walks. But it’s hard, because my phone is always there, tempting me to use it.

I’m not sure what the future holds for my relationship with my smartphone, but I’m hoping that I can learn to control it, instead of it controlling me.

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