Hey everybody, happy Wednesday! And like I’ve mentioned yesterday, today will be my last video of the week because it is Thanksgiving weekend in the States and so I will be taking Thursday and Friday off. But I’ll get back on Monday and on Tuesday I’ll be on Tumblr so ask your questions there. Now
Hey everybody. Happy Wednesday. And when it’s Wednesday here at katimorton.com I’m on the website. And I’m also on youtube. So if you asked your questions under yesterdays video or on my website. I found them. And I have already answered some. And I know I can’t get through all of them. Know that I
Hey Everybody, happy Wednesday, And since it’s Wendesday, I’m on my website, KatiMorton.com, or, I’m also on Youtube, so if you asked your questions under yesterday’s video, I’ve already gone through and commented, and commented on comments. And, answered some questions on there, and then I’ve picked three today and I don’t have a journal
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Hey, this is Chris Dula. I work with the East Tennessee State University Department of Psychology; I’m a licensed clinical psychologist and associate professor. I want to talk to you today about online addictions. Use of internet, video games, and social media has risen dramatically in the past decade or so. It is noted in