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However, its description seems to largely centre on gaming addiction, more than say addiction of using Facebook or other social media (maybe even doc2doc?)
Addiction to gaming is a problem but is it only a small part of a wider problem? Or should we just accept that we now live our lives online and we shouldn't demonise internet use because it is simply a case of where we spend our time to learn, socialise and shop has converged somewhat. Is the APA's consideration of excessive internet use too narrow or should it just be renamed to 'internet gaming use disorder'?