It only gets worse Paul, but the good news is that it's a positive addiction. You hone your writing skills and maybe make a few bucks, all the while building a portfolio of your work. Welcome to hubpages my friend.
I've been addicted. Then I began to write for other sites and began my own blog. It's sort of fun, and there are worst addictions. It's time consuming to write, my husband was a little put off when I began writing so much at first. But I love the creative outlet. I wish I had time to read more of everyone else's work, there's so much good stuff here. I try to hub hop when I can, you find some good writers that way, and also keep up with who is writing about what. Use your addiction time wisely
Being addicted to hubpages is normal, don't worry about it. There are so many wonderful topics and wonderful hubbers who write amazing articles. You will feel like coming back and reading more. In fact, some of the facts I get to know is through hubpages.
This is a common problem. It has afflicted me for nearly a year now, reading, writing and commenting. I suspect writing more hubs as aykianink suggested will help by deepening the addiction to where it is the major part of your life.
I'm not sure what I'm doing in here yet but for some reason I'm addicted to this community of writers. I could spend all my waking hours in here but I know I can't. There is so much to learn about for just writing in...