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Ted

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  1. HELLLLO. today has probably been the best yet because I went out with friends read some of the secret life of plants and had a real cool time. I loved going out with friends because we sat around and talked, played games (hide and seek, Frisbee or tag) and went on a walk and had a general nice time. Time without games: 8 Days Days of meditating for 5 minutes every day: 4th day Daily goal: be positive New weekly goal: meditate every day Monthly goal: lay the foundation for better habits
  2. I know the feeling of not knowing what to do with yourself without games. Hope it gets better and you find what you love
  3. GOOOOOOOOD after noon. I would like to apologise for missing yesterdays journal and will strive not to in future Time without games: 7 Day YESSSSSSSS ! week without relapsing, willingly doing other things and I have started meditating. this is what my reaction would have been before joining gamequiters 🤯 Days of meditating for 5 minutes every day: 3rd day I have already noticed that it has been helping me think about, process and acknowledge my emotions and why I feel the way I do, it has also helped improve my mood. the method
  4. Thank you señor and I wish you good luck in your journey as well😀😀
  5. Buenos dias, tardes, noches or whatever time of day you are currently experiencing. I did not meet yesterdays goal😔I tried but I feel that no do not currently poses the self control not to snap at some people. as such I have decided to make a decision inspired by TheNewMe2.0 and meditate for around 5 minutes every day. Right now it may seem impossible but I also believe that I can and it will help my mental health, positivity and addiction. Time without games: 5 Day Days of meditating for 5 minutes every day: 1 First day Daily goal:
  6. Hola mi amigos. *Day four enters from left of stage* Today has been extremely good for me. in the morning my sister and I played Unstable Unicorns while waiting for my stepdad to take us to school, she won. the when we got to school I was overjoyed since I got back my History, English and Spanish grades and they were very high (the English was around 75% and it was marked on a GCSE or year11 grading scheme) and me Andy friends have fully arranged when and where we will meet up. However it was extremely funny when at break a seagull pool on my blazer (part of my school uniform) though stud
  7. Hi. Im really sorry to hear about your attempts of the ninety day detox but if it makes you feel better I tried twice and failed as well. I know the feeling of doing things you know you shouldn't to continue gaming and then drowning out the feeling with more gaming. I just want to let you know that you are not alone and though I'm new too game quitters seems to be working already and the community and Cam will always be there for you if you are going to relapse or simply need to vent Best of luck in you journey.
  8. Buenos dias. Day 3 I am very thankful for how kind everyone has been and really means a lot to me that I am not alone in this journey. Today has been really good. I woke up refreshed and ready to go to school and found out some of my test results. I am planning to meet a few of my friends at the local Wildlife park and we are going to play games and chill. over all my life has started to regain some colour since quitting games and I now appreciate the beauty of the world around me. Best of wishes in all your journeys-Ted A huge thank you to Po and TheNewMe2.0 for their ki
  9. Thank you Po for the well wishes, I will let my parents know that you support their decision.
  10. HOLA! Today spring holidays ended in England so I am back at school. One thing that I have noticed is that I was actually excited about returning because I was not craving the amount of extra screen time I used to get in the holidays. Day 2 5 things that I am grateful for: ➢ My form tutor for being such a good teacher and supporting me and my class so far this year ➢ My teachers for making all my subjects interesting ( I am lucky and got All good ones) ➢ My friends at school who have been supportive ➢ My parents for getting me to join Game Quitters ➢ T
  11. Hello! Day 1 5 things that I am grateful for: ➢ All the support that my family has shown me ➢ The lovely view from my window ➢ My sister for taking time out her day to play games with me ➢ My parents for getting me to join Game Quitters ➢ The very supportive comunity Favourite book: Eragon What I'm reading right now: The Secret Life of Plants (its very interesting) Time without games: 1 Day (its been a week or two longer but I figure its easier to track like this) Daily goal: To go on a walk Weekly goal: Res
  12. Hello My name is Ted and I am 12 years old. I began gaming when I was about 4 when my friend introduced me to Skylanders. That Christmas I got a Wii and it was originally a fun thing to do with my parents and sister. Soon when I was about five we moved from Australia to England, at that point me and my sister had our own iPads and were both engrossed in Minecraft. When we first arrived I had no friends and that's when my addiction started, I began spending more time online and less time with other people. At the age of 7, I had some friends at school and was doing football outside of scho