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Do I pop on Twitter or facebook quickly? :/

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    Ok, so with my GCSEs starting next week... I decided I would take a break off Twitter or Facebook until after my exams...
    But, I jeep going notifications on my phone from comments and tags which I ignore but only to a limit where its driving me crazy!
    In a way you could say I'm an addict... Help? Please? Kinda... :P
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    Deactivate your facebook if it's really bothering you.
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    In reality so close to the start of the exams it's not worth trying to get 'un-addicted' because the problem won't be solved in time. You just need to download an internet timer like a pomodoro timer and just work to that and force yourself to do it. If you're intent of getting off FB do it after exams.

    But really, a lot of people are like this.


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