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Columnist, Sheila Moss, is humor writer from  Tennessee. She writes  a weekly human interest column about daily life and the funny things that happen to everyone.

   She has written for  the Daily News of Kingsport,   Griffin Journal, Oakridge Now, Atlanta Woman Magazine, Aberdeen Examiner, Angleton Advocate,  and Smyrna AM, a supplement of the Murfreesboro Daily News Journal. She has been published by Voyageur Press, McGraw Hill, and the good folks at Guidepost Books.  Her articles have appeared in numerous anthologies and other publications, both in print and online.

    She is a former board member and past  Editor of  the, website of  the National Society of Newspaper Columnists, the oldest and largest professional organization for columnists. She is the Web Editor of Southern  and  a founder of the Southern Humorists writers' organization. She is writer, editor, and webmaster of

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Facebook Addiction....

Twelve Steps of Facebook Anonymous

1. We admitted we were powerless over Facebook - that our friend list had become unmanageable.

2. Came to believe that giving up social networking could restore us to sanity.

3. Made a decision to turn our News Feed over to the posts of others.

4. Made a searching and fearless inventory of our Facebook posts and comments.

5. Admitted to God, ourselves, and in a Facebook post the exact extent of our

6. Were entirely ready to have all our passwords deleted.

7. Humbly removed all our photos.

8. Made a list of all the friends we don't know personally and became willing to unfriend them.

9. Unfriended people wherever possible, except when to do so would embarrass them or others.

10. Continued to take inventory of our posts and if we were posting too
frequently, promptly admit it.

11. Sought through personal contact to improve our face-to-face relationships
with real people, asking only for the willpower to avoid checking in on

12. Having had an awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this
message to other Facebook addicts... 

...and immediately decided the best way to do this was by posting about our recovery on Facebook.


Lord, help me to post about the things I can change, to comment on the things 
I cannot change, and the wisdom to know when to "like."

Copyright 2011 Sheila Moss


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