Spending Time Online Lowers Self-Control and is Linked to Higher Debt

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People tend to have less self-control when dealing with online problems and issues, whether it’s on Facebook, Twitter, message boards or websites. They tend to say things that would never be said face to face. Anonymity seems to be a powerful force, but many websites no longer allow this since sites like Facebook usually connect comments directly with a profile.

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