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  1. Hi everyone Zntrix here Ive been gaming since I was 12 years old, and a few years later I have been gaming ever since, my mother introduced my but it is still my own fault of turning this into an addiction. I never realized what I lost through gaming and ive been doing it for about 6 years every day. spending more than 25000+ hours behind a screen. I wished i would realize this sooner. The things I experience now - in my life i hardly do anything productive - don't do anything physical - feel tired all the time - lots of arguments at home - I am wasting my talents (actually my whole life) - Not motivated to do anything - pessimistic - depressed - bored - socially awkward I feel like I have wasted my life already and stopping is useless, but I don't want to think like a victim and want to do something about it. I am extremely scared of this because I cannot imagine a life without gaming, I don't know what people usually do. But there is no point of living a life like this and that needs to change, not sure where to start but that is why i am here, to improve my life. I can't remove my pc from my room since i need it for my work and school (works much better than my older laptop) so that being said, i need a few tips and tricks to get through the first days of no pc - I assume going cold turkey is the best option, Is this true? - what can i do to kill the boredom the first few days? - what can I expect to change in the future? - any other tips of tricks I should now? - how can I stay motivated? Zntrix
  2. Hello everyone 20 year old guy here here is my story About 8 years ago, my mother showed me this game called oblivion, We played it together and it was a lot of fun, we finished it and then I played it for myself. i also played an other game: RuneScape, I got introduced by a friend and I really liked it ( I still play it to this day). but Oblivion got me addicted, and i played it a lot. I never realized back then the toll this would take in my later years. A few years later i got my own laptop, it was manly for school but I didn't use it for that. this gradually changed into a gaming laptop and I started to play a lot more, and more youtube and more internet, and even before i noticed, i was addicted. and this continued for years, got into other mmorpgs and eventually Overwatch and Osu. things that have changed at home is a lot of frustration from my parents, and disappointments, barely did anything social. I still passed school but I wasn't active doing anything with it. And depression made my addiction worse, (that was my 3rd year of highschool). I've been gaming at least more than 12 hours per day on average. and seeing this now sucks. I hope I can change my life for the best.
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