Do you think you may be suffering from Pet Society Abuse (PSA)? Pet Society Abuse, also known as Pet Society Addiction affects millions of people around the world. Addicts forego the responsibilites of work and school and are constantly obsessed with feeding their pet, dressing it, and trying to pop out a golden poo.
At first, you might not recognize the signs of Pet Society Addiction. They may appear to be symptoms of another condition, such as dementia. In fact, many of the signs and symptoms of Pet Society Abuse overlap with symptoms of mental deterioration. It is important to admit your illness and seek help immediately.
Signs that you may be at risk for Pet Society Overdose:
- You feel intense pleasure and guilt when playing Pet Society.
- You lie about how much time you spend on Pet Society.
- Your profile on Facebook resembles this:
- You curse loudly at your computer when your pet falls during a hurdles race.
- You neglect to clean your real house, favoring to decorate your pet’s house instead.
- You think that a pink Christmas tree is classy.
- Your real cat/dog/lizard is wondering where the hell dinner is.
- You have multiple accounts on Facebook so that your pet can have more “friends.” Or, you have taken over your boyfriend’s/husband’s/ girlfriend’s/wife’s Facebook account so that your pet can visit his/her pet.
- Pet poo excites you.
- When you hug someone in the real world, you fantasize that person to have a huge round head and a stubby body like your imaginary pet.
There is hope
You don’t have to feel alone. With counseling and support, you may find it easier to deal with the emotions and stresses of Pet Society Addiction. The first step is to admit that you have a disorder and seek the help of a trained professional.
In the meantime, here are instructions on how to hide your status on Facebook so that no one will ever know how much time you are really wasting.
- On your Facebook profile, click on Settings > Application Settings.
- Click Pet Society > Edit Settings.
- In the dialogue box, click “Never publish any stories from Pet Society.” Pet Society Abuse is a serious condition, but there’s no need for anyone to know how sick you really are. Remember, everything in moderation. Play well, play safe!