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  1. Hi, maybe, just ,maybe there is really something wrong with Jim. There is that disconnection with people. I don’t want to label him, but it would be best to see an adult psychologist here. I have seen a lot of that with my students and true enough, after having been in the academe for more than 20 years, you can see the symptoms and red flag signs. I do have a name for the condition but it is unethical to mention it. The psyhologist or the psychiatrist can give the nomenclature and the appropriate intervention. Help is still possible.

  2. People like Jim will be getting more because of overuse of internet. I was like Jim before. But I realized that I had serious problem in communication, I started to walk out from my computer room and start talking, networking and building relationship with other people.

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