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  1. Hit 90 yesterday! Here are my 5 improvements. Much reduced anxiety. Far less scared of the world now I am more a part of it and my social skills have improved.Improved health. Going outside more and being able to stick to fitness regimes.Hope for the future, before I felt like a broken person, like there was something fundamentally wrong, so I was more than pessimistic about my future. Now things are a lot different.More interesting of a person. I used to get very self concious that my only real hobby was gaming and that I didn't really do anything. Now I actually have some things to talk about when people ask me about myself or what I have been doing.Generally a lot happier, coming from someone who was very depressed 3 months ago.Obviously quitting games is only a part of this, it is all the stuff you do afterwards that really helps, but of course big shoutout to camerondare whose articles and videos have been super helpful the entire time. And of course people on this forum and the subreddit. Didn't know what I was going to do when I got to 90, I only comitted to doing this much, but the answer for now is keep on going!
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  3. Thanks man, congrats on your 60 days as well. I feel a lot better, there is definitely more hope in my life now. Before I would marvel at how anyone did anything, like how did they actually lead a normal life? I was in awe. Now I've definitely found the problem, the videogames, so it can only get better from here. Good luck on your next month as well!
  4. Hello, I'm 60 days into the 90 day detox but I thought I would sign up here anyway as it's something I meant to do from the start. Been frequenting the subreddit (m2u2 on both) the past two months, trying to keep myself busy and pick up the pieces from years of gaming. Hoping to make it to 90 days then go from there! First found out about this place from cam's articles then his videos. I did the usual google of 'how to quit videogames', I can't actually remember why I searched for it, it came out of nowhere, but somehow the momentum of that initial moment of clarity has kept me going. Anyway, still a LOT of work to do, but bring on the next month!
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