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LostRiver
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I joined this site on 2017. Did not stick

Came back on and off, quitting never stick

But now I really want to quit to grow in the job I like and have more friends plus live a more fulfilling life

Hope I can give and find support to complete this journey

To myself later on and whoever read this note: Good luck, keep hope alive and I love you, you deserve all the better things in life

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Hey there, 

Thanks for the wishes, I send you the best of luck on your journey as well! In my perspective, failure sucks, but you only fail if you stop trying. Which it's clear you haven't. Good luck on your journey, I'm rooting for you! 

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Thank you. Sometimes my struggle scares me into relapse. Hope I can remember that stop trying is the real failure

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I forgot what sobriety feels like. I miss it. I hate it that my addiction alters my perception of joy and fulfillment

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  • 4 weeks later...

Sick, in pain, relapse. So scared. Did not know how I made it here to write this: Do not want to lose my job

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  • 1 month later...

I was terrified when I realized this while gaming: I have spent most of my youth putting my own life to a back seat so gaming can be in the front. I even do it subconsciously. I do not want to change or to grow because all I want is to spend more time gaming.

I am now a depressed shut-in addict with a murky future. I would scream for help but I am not sure who is there. Not even myself. I am so scared.

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Hi, remember games are not your priority, your well-being is. So put them in the back seat.

It doesn't matter if you relapse, keep trying. Better having 1 day without video games and 1 day with them, than 2 days with video games.

We are here to help.

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