The first step is admitting you have a problem.
By way of the very entertaining Bloggers Anonymous…
10. You check your blog stats a LOT. You occasionally get up in the middle of the night and sneak a peak.
9. Your significant other suspects you are having an affair with your blog. Even when youÃ¢??re alone with your special person, drugs decease you do find yourself thinking what your blog might be doing right thenÃ¢?Â¦
8. You Ã¢??mental blogÃ¢?Â while driving or on the train, discount ampoule and sometimes even when you are alone in the shower.
7. You filter everything through your post-writing. You canÃ¢??t watch a movie, cialis generic see a play, read an article, or share a sweet moment with your child without thinking of whether itÃ¢??s blog-worthy.
6. You suffer from Ã¢??blog envyÃ¢?Â when another blogger posts something juicy before you do. You suffer Ã¢??comment envyÃ¢?Â when said post gets 40-something comments Ã¢?? the jerk!
5. You Ã¢??binge blogÃ¢?Â 3 or 4 posts at onceÃ¢??only to feel guilty and empty afterward.
4. You ditched all your real friends for blog friends, because, well, Ã¢??they understand.Ã¢?Â You bypass Bowling Alone at the bookstore (who really cares?) while you reach for Naked Conversations.
3. You think, Ã¢??I can stop at any time.Ã¢?Â
2. Your lunch hour has become your Ã¢??blog hour.Ã¢?Â You keep a few posts tucked in your desk in case you need them during the day.
1. After 5 minutes of meeting someone really interesting you ask, Ã¢??So – do you blog?Ã¢?Â