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  1. Eh. I say don't sweat it brother. Life is short, and you never know when it's over. Enjoy it. Really. Quitting games isn't the go to solution for everybody. You've been on this site for almost four years, so you know the deal. Quitting severs ties with your distractions, but it's what you do once the distractions are away. Sometimes though, you need those distractions around otherwise you'd end up like, you know, insane! 😂😂 So what I'm trying to say is, you need balance. Your growth in life and gaming is like a yin and yang. Gaming keeps you grounded from what I see. But don't let that darkness consume you like before though. I'm sure you know by now. However, I do agree with @BooksandTrees though in the sense that you set yourself up for failure creating this ultimatum. What I do want to add on is that, quitting games should be something that you ease into. Not when you fuck up in life and try to find a quick fix solution. Sort out your internal issues instead, play occasionally to alleviate the stress that comes with it, and eventually when your ready, come back to the part of yourself that wants to quit gaming. Make friends with that self, and decide what to do from then. And I only say this, because your life seems to be going okay. So take care, alright? And if you can, come visit again, so we can catch up. But don't be so hard on yourself if things go bad though . Life is like that. 😊 So with that said, have a good life.
  2. For me, if I went back to gaming, I think in the short term: It would be fun like reacquainting with old buddies. I am a fan of mmorpgs, so most likely I would go back to one of my favorite mmorpgs. I would start fresh, feeling the excitement of the "unexplored" content. Furthermore, socializing with players along the way in attempts to start a potential friendship. Happy to have someone playing alongside me. Days and days go by, and I'd feel absorbed by my progress in game. I am blurring through the storyline and getting stronger each day. Long term though: I will have reached a plateau in progression. Days will be spent grinding with little progress, but I know the bits add up in the long run. Storyline finished, just waiting for more content. However, I'd find myself more distracted, immersing myself with the community in attempts to ease the tension of the grind and lacking content. And if there were any events, I would be quick to latch on to add variation to the game. The days dragging on. So then what? I'd most likely find another game on the side to entertain me. So in other words, maybe a never ending cycle of building and dimming excitement. A flame at first, slowly dying, then reigniting once more. But in the end, I'd tire eventually and find myself back at reality. Life would had sneaked up on me, but who knows how much. By then, it's hard to say what I would feel. Maybe the same as you two or maybe something totally different.
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