10 Signs Email Has Completely Taken Over Your Life

Waking up to 200 unread messages is a scary, scary thing — but we've all been there. If you spend your days feeling bombarded by email after email, it may be time for a major intervention. While it may be too late for Spring cleaning this year, you owe it to yourself to break away from the prison that is holding you hostage — your inbox. So, scroll through to see how many of these 10 awful truths apply to you, and just know, you're not the only one! Source: HBO

01
You spend 20 minutes every morning just hitting delete

You spend 20 minutes every morning just hitting delete

Source: HBO

02
You have more labels than you can count, and those labels have labels, too

You have more labels than you can count, and those labels have labels, too

Source: Paramount

03
Replying to every urgent email on your list feels like a serious accomplishment

Replying to every urgent email on your list feels like a serious accomplishment

Source: NBC

04
Spending two hours scrubbing the floor sounds like a better chore than sorting through unread messages

Spending two hours scrubbing the floor sounds like a better chore than sorting through unread messages

Source: Disney

05
You resend yourself important emails because otherwise they would just get buried

You resend yourself important emails because otherwise they would just get buried

06
Checking your spam folder is like watching a horror movie — terrifying

Checking your spam folder is like watching a horror movie — terrifying

Source: Paramount

08
You've given up on ever getting your <a href="http://geeksugar.com/34548747">emails down to zero</a>; it will never happen

You've given up on ever getting your <a href="http://geeksugar.com/34548747">emails down to zero</a>; it will never happen

Source: Bravo

09
You have unread emails from before Christmas. Oops!

You have unread emails from before Christmas. Oops!

10
Handling your inbox is more emotionally demanding than your pets (or your boyfriend)

Handling your inbox is more emotionally demanding than your pets (or your boyfriend)

Source: ABC