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  1. Next time you have a snack craving try drinking 1-2 glasses of water. Often food cravings can be dehydration in disguise, and they go away when we drink some water.
  2. Definitely helps to see other active members! Thanks for your contributions to encourage others. 🙂
  3. Hi @Zoe, unfortunately the video modules were recorded many years ago when the community was just guys so that was the language being used. There's been a change in many ways since then, such as the newsletters no longer starting with "hey guys", etc. I've got plans to re-record the respawn modules and will be less hey guys in those as well. Stay tuned!
  4. Was thinking about you today friend! Randomly popped on here and saw you posted. It was aligned in the stars. Fond memories in Portland, proud of you!
  5. Over 200,000 views on your journal - how cool is that! My back hurt today also, hope you feel better soon.
  6. Hey everyone We have an official Game Quitters Discord open now for anyone who wants to connect with each other there: https://discord.gg/gamequitters For some Discord may be triggering so make the right choice for yourself. Here are some tips to turn Discord into a self-improvement platform instead of a gaming one: 1) Choose your friends. It's very important that you pick out the people that you genuinely feel like you can be friends with and have a meaningful relationship with OUTSIDE of games. If there's someone that you only talk to when it's time to game and only about games, chances are they aren't the right people. You can send a friendly message to them explaining the change that you're making and if they don't respect it then that's their problem. 2) Join new communities. This is one that's not so easy, especially if you're well known and in power like I was. But it's worth it. Leave the communities that only revolve around gaming as they really won't help you in real life. Stir away from those communities as much as you can, and when you do, join new communities that fall into your areas of interest. There are communities on Discord about.. literally anything. You can try looking at the "Explore Public Servers" page on Discord. 3) Try to avoid games. As much tempted as you might be... once you do the 2 steps above it's important that you stick to your decision and try your best to avoid people or places that talk about games. Now obviously there are going to be people who are gonna try to talk to you about it but the best you can do is share where you're at with games so that both parties can be on the same page. Eventually, a lot of people will begin to see the way you've changed online and you'll become an influence for them.
  7. Post your biggest questions here and I'll respond to them shortly!