Maybe this is proof that I've posted enough this evening:
What do you do if your teenage daughter is addicted to videogames and Internet porn? For one South Korea family, the answer is to enroll your daughter in a horse riding therapy program. And by all accounts, it did the trick….
Yoosook Joung, a Doctor of child psychiatry at Samsung Medical Centre, explained to Sky News the horse riding worked not just because it is "a very fun" physical activity, but also incorporates "a living thing" which ends up forging an "emotional connection" that can "help overcome Internet addiction."
Yeah. That's it. I'm going to turn off everything and read a book.