Of course I am. It's behavioral psychology, stupid. It's behavioral psychology, stupid. It's behavioral psychology, and I find you very attractive. It's behavioral psychology, stupid. It's behavioral psychology...
Apparently, because sometimes I check it before I drink my coffee in the morning.
"Dealing with Email Addiction:
According to Lewis, email addiction has less to do with curbing an obsession than it does with proper time and email management. She offers the following tips to help people deal with "email addiction:"
Organize: Use folders provided in most free email services such as AOL to file messages appropriately. Simple drag and drop technology allows you to file your messages by category, and can help avoid repetitive communication.
Use the away message: If you feel compelled to answer every email as it comes in, use your away message to let people know that you have stepped away from email for the day (or night), and will respond when you return.
Follow the Rule of Three: If you have emailed back and forth with the same person on the same topic more than three times, it is time to pick up the phone and have a conversation.
For more information on email addiction, as well as more complete national and regional survey results from AOL's Email Addiction survey, visit switched.com or http://www.reginalewis.com/."