The new article is up. It is about cell phones and addicts. I thought it was really funny how they described a cell phone addict. Yes, texting and…

The new article is up. It is about cell phones and addicts. I thought it was really funny how they described a cell phone addict. Yes, texting and calling people can be addicting, but I don’t think it is a disease. If it gets to the point where you are always texting in class, never doing homework, never sleeping, or never going outside with friends then you will have a problem. I don’t think the disease goes through the airwaves or satellites; it is really all in the brain.   Once more and more people cease all human contact by never talking to anyone in person, but instead using the cell phone to communicate, that will be a bigger problem. Instead of doing what the article said, to throw away the phone, my tip is to just use your phone less. That is the easiest solution. If someone can’t do that then leave your phone at home. You are probably not allowed to use it at school anyway. If you feel like you have no life without it, it isn’t true because you have no life when you use it 24/7(but it’s just my opinion).   Even though people use their cell phones a lot I would not call cell phone users addicts. They just want to talk to their friends. I know I like texting and calling people on my cell but that doesn’t make me an addict, does it?   -Tatiana