This is far from the first book or series about the dark side of being sucked into technology, but it does offer some distinctives:
First, instead of offering a single cookie cutter prescription, there are some points where it lists multiple strategies that may be customized in different ways for different people's situations.
Second, it encourages the reader to work with clergy or a counselor, because there are some things where it is way too easy to bite off more than you can chew and get discouraged. It's better in many cases to start small and escalate slowly, in a Little Engine that Could fashion.
Third, it offers some awfully interesting writing that dig pretty deep. Plato: The Allegory of the... Flickering Screen?, The Silicon Rule, Beware of Geeks Bearing Gifts, and a longer meditation in The Consolation of Theology are all in the series and available on good, old-fashioned paper, for those who still enjoy the beauty of plain old paper books.
The series is comprised of seven volumes: