If you're obsessed with making and viewing online videos, there's help available. Answer these 10 questions, and speak with your doctor if you answer "yes" to 5 or more of the following:
10. I regret any funny moment that passes which I failed to capture on video.
9. My significant-other or spouse sees my online video sites as "another man or woman."
8. I check my views (and income) more than 7 times a day, starting with first thing in the morning.
7. My life is a series of 20-50 second bits.
6. I cannot fathom the commitment of watching a 30-minute television show.
5. My visits to Revver, YouTube and Google Video are surpassing my time spent on Google or e-mail.
4. I have an uncanny ability to know who (among friends or co-workers) will agree to be in a video.
3. I have developed a parasocial relationship with the "celebrities of online videos" like the Numa Numa kid or BowieChick.
2. I can't stand the period between when I upload a video and when it's viewable.
1. The subject of my online videos has come up in my day-job performance review and career pathing dicsussions.
Only a healthcare professional can tell you if you have Obsessive Video Dissorder (OVD). Print this page and ask your doctor about a new drug that might help.