Is Dysfunctional Use Of The Mobile Phone A Behavioral Addiction Case Study

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Beside the above mentioned clinical symptoms, comes the psychological process approach to determine the addiction level. The person often shows signs of irrational believes. Low self-esteem is often available, as that persons believes he is not valuable enough to be loved and he turn to his mobile phone to fill up that gap. That will also result in over using the mobile phone. It shows the person is in need to stay in touch with other beloved people so they constantly use their phone to reach those people. That causes another relationship issues, as that person shows signs of jealousy and feeling unwanted. Low impulse control over emotions often reflects in that person, as the person shows intense negative emotions. That will leave the person with anxiety and depression most of the times. They show tendency and strong urge to turn towards their mobile…show more content…
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