How to recognize forms of disorder related to the web's misusing
Many researchers agree that the overuse of the network generates in young people a kind of technological dependence from which arise concrete problems of relating, communicating with the outside and establishing emotional relationships in the real world.
A first warning sign of possible trouble could be the one that the Japanese call "hikokomori" (or 'stay out '), a term used to indicate precisely the tendency to isolate themselves from the real world; if you find that you're conducing your life exclusively on the net,chat rooms or on social networks, you must think that there is something irregular.
Another signal that could make you think of having this type of disorder lies in this: if when you are not at your computer (out with friends, for example), you feel like you want the time passes to arrive at when you will turn your PC on, then reflect on your state of dependence.
Finally, my last personal advice is: if you realize that you're lying to your parents or even other people less close to you on your real network usage, it means that (perhaps unconsciously) you're trying to hide a conformation of the disorder. You should know that if you lie there is a problem, so do not be afraid to face it telling the truth.