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  1. Day 1 Today was good enough, no games or movies, no overeating, and lost half a pound in the past 2 days. It will be more interesting once I reach my previous weight again.
  2. Hi. It's been years since I've decided to quit games. Failed every time before and after the detox. I've also gained weight mostly fat. So what makes this time successful? I'm completely calm and have this community. I'm going to have my six-pack abs back while quitting games and stop watching movies/animations by spring. Thus my journey begins. Thanks.
  3. Hi. You've got a nice plan, hope you achieve your goals.
  4. Hi, good job at going game free for three days. Do as you wish but here's a piece of advice, from what I learned here I came to this this conclusion that having the whole world keep you locked up and punch you every day so you can snap out of it, you won't quit gaming if you don't want to. The moment you decided to quit you should keep in mind that you acknowledged you spent so much time doing that and you can't change it unless you can change the whole time and space (I can't and not being able change the past bothered me), so now you're going to let it go and live the present. If you conside
  5. I think you should. Watching games, comedy, action, or most things that aren't about a research or study will have near affect for me, they might make me more greedy for games and if you watch them you might actually experiencing a less, near, or even higher gratification like games. So If you think one of Cam's movies motivate you to stay game free that's OK, but your twice a week counter strike video uploaded by an old timer is really not OK.
  6. Well, I'm far past my cravings and stuff, and I'm posting this after clearing my mind of games and my past, in my childhood I might had some social problems but in my teens I was ok, games and movies were just an addiction, and that was probably because of the things I couldn't do or didn't have like super powers. I'm all good now. Thanks for replies.
  7. Please move this topic to another subforum like Mani Room, I wanted to post it there but I mistakenly posted it in dating, and touched enter key before I complete.
  8. Hi, this my personal experience of my struggling with cravings and overcoming it. (as a male) I quit video games and then I was drawn to other bad behaviors like overeating, wandering about, and imagining or watching video's on youtube. It's kinda retrogressing and I went from a bad state into another state. Sometimes your mind craves for games, movies or something to stop the boredom, you might just wander in the house struggling with your cravings or killing time. You might be want to play all day and at the same move forward at the same time. One leg goes for games, etc and the other goes f
  9. Hi everybody, I decided to quit playing video games a long time ago and with lots of quitting, relapsing, months free of gaming, and then again playing, I'm here to share my experience about before I came to this forum. First i have to say that one thing was certain for me, I could just shift from games to movies, cartoons/animations, and chatting, and I wouldn't crave for others, for example I could watch movies and not play, or I could do both but do one more. So it really doesn't matter if I quit playing when I'm right back at watching cartoons, there's no progress. Recently I found out tha