I read constantly - and I do mean constantly. I will finish a book in a day if it's too short (i.e. - normal size) or two - three days if it's huge (i.e. - Stephen King's "It" or "The Stand" or "The Talisman") and I am ALWAYS running out of books to read. I can't stand not having something to read. I am unable to sleep if I am close (within 100 pages) to the ending. I am pretty sure I'm showing some addictive behaviors, but is there a cure? Is book reading a terrible thing if done in excess? I will often neglect myself in favor of a book, but not my family. At least it's not drugs, right?
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