Everything posted by Fairandsquare925
So I have completed 100 days without gaming( not even naive mobile games) and I feel good. Anyone who needs help and are at start of their journey can contact me for tips. Most important thing is that one should raise awareness that how gaming has effected you and how you can stop it. Respawn from Cam is a wonderful material to achieve this. Just watch videos of the guy if you cannot afford the program , they will also help you in raising your awareness. And as of what changes did I see ? For starters I am more happy with everything around me (one could say ground realities) . I was jobless before this journey and I am also jobless now but I am not slandering myself for the situation . Now with this change I am more likely to act to further improve my situation. I am have also improved myself in N number of skills for example Cooking , Electronics Engineering , Reading books , Journal-ling and most important of is Socializing. I hope everyone could achieve all this in form or other. You deserve to be HEALTHY AND HAPPY !
During lockdown it is easy to just throw the towel and relapse but I did the reverse. I have been gaming free for 66 days which is the amount of days taken by human beings to make or break a habit. Now and then I dream of relapsing and even have conversations with friends who are still into gaming but I hold onto this major change with grit and its paying me back. I used to numb my emotions by putting all my valuable time into gaming and now I am trying to understand me and others around me which makes me feel secure and also learn new things. Its always hard during the first 90 days is what told to me and after 90 days it will be easy. So 90 is my next target. I am also happy to have found this forum and be with people who are also trying to break out of this addiction. ITS TIME TO CELEBRATE 66 COMPLETE
I am going to start this journey with a peaceful mindset and hoping to strive while quitting games. Games have been major part of my life ever since my childhood and I am 25 now it’s not going to change unless I do. I know it’s difficult but it’s definitely not as difficult as sitting and playing games while watching others achieving same dreams which once made you restless. With games we quickly settle for mediocrity. I believe human nature is perfect and not an average one in this ever evolving world. I hope all the brothers realise what’s stopping them from quitting gaming and leading their perspective of perfect life , all the best to all who are trying with at most endeavours. Soon or later you will be thankful to yourself for doing so.