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    DAY # - 1 Time I woke up: 8:30 AM Time I went to sleep yesterday: 3:00 AM Summary of Day 1: I woke up today, 2 hours late and instead of rushing to school, I decided that I wasn't going to go to school. It was at that moment that I knew I had a gaming problem. I had stayed up until 3 AM and I was about to stay home to play more. So, I uninstalled every game that I had(League of Legends, WoW, Overwatch). I still stayed home, but I completed most of my work, cleaned up my mess of a room, and then went to school after to catch up what I missed. I wouldn't say that gaming has ruined my life, but it has disrupted it and has given my real life next to no value. I'm going on the 90 day detox everyone, wish me luck! I don't know what I am going to do. I mean, I'm tech savvy, and I used to make videos. I just don't know how I would expand beyond what I am already doing in those areas.
  2. Hi everyone. I wasn't sure if I should post here, mainly because I wouldn't call myself an addict. I mean, I am a good student, and I do everything I am supposed to. To give some of a backstory, I used to play 3-5 hours a day on League of Legends, then somehow, League started to be boring to me, so I switched to Overwatch, which has consumed my evenings for the past 2 months or so. I'm not going to lie, there are times where I do all-nighters and I do things that negatively impact me. I run an esports team at my high school, which actually counters video game addiction and gives a positive light to video gaming, but the truth is, Is that I almost never play with the other members because of my low skill. I also am not required to play video games, as I run the team, not necessarily play for the team. Anyways, the past week, was one of the best weeks I had in a while because I stopped playing games for that week. I went out to a concert and a carnival, I ran a couple of laps, but it didn't last long. On Sunday, when I was at a cousins house, he had overwatch up and ready to go so I spent the next 4 hours playing it while he went somewhere. The hard part was letting go, and since then, I've had a hard time not reinstalling. Not every week can be coincidentally exciting, so it's hard finding things to do that aren't Netflix, Overwatch/League, Reddit or Instagram. According to my phone, I spend about 3-5 hours a day on Discord, Netflix, and YouTube. The week before, when I decided I wanted to quit, I realized that I didn't really want to it on my chair any longer, and play this game. I wanted to do something, I just didn't know what. Thanks, let me know what I can do!
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