Online Support Group

Subject: Online Support Group
From: Kathleen Frost <kfrost -at- BTSQUARED -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 26 Aug 1997 12:01:37 -0400

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Found in a local leisure newspaper this weekend:
"ARE YOU SPENDING TOO MUCH TIME ON THE COMPUTER? Is your online use
preventing you from attending to other areas of your life? New group
forming to address online compulsive behavior..........call xxx-xxx-xxxx."
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To all of you nuts who wanted to the URL,

NO, the support group does NOT have a Web site, thank you very much....

But I think they probably should. After all, if the people they want to
reach are online all the time, when would they ever read a newspaper to
find an ad for an online support group? Maybe the group should put up
posters at all the "online cafes" where you go to eat and surf the net.

Now, this group does charge for their group meetings. Does that fall under
the category of "making money at home with your computer"?

Grins,

Kathy Frost
KFrost -at- BTSquared -dot- com

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