BgK 25 Posted December 13, 2019 Share Posted December 13, 2019 (edited) Ok this sounds like an obvious question. If you want to quit, of course you delete the games. All of them! And any cache left behind. Delete any bookmarks that lead to gaming website and YouTube subscriptions. Throw away your figure model relating to games. while all of this sounds obvious and the first step towards quitting games, I personally experienced differently. I used to delete all the sh*ts altogether and made up my mind of not touching games, but I relapsed, a lot. Not sure it’s just me, when I didn’t see games around, there was that extra rebellion/curiosity/desire (I don’t know what to call it ) to think about games. It only happened when there was not a single game around. Strangely though, after a lot of relapses I decided to try keeping the games but not playing them. It gave me a sense of security. The message it gave me is this: it’s not that I was “forced” to quit gaming, it is that I regret gaming and I hate the negative effects they brought onto my life, therefore I chose not to game although I had the option of playing. You know what, this method gave me a great result. I didn’t play them for couples of months and I ended up deleting all my games after several weeks of not playing, when I felt comfortable to do so. Now that I had a stressful event and relapsed. I am curious what’s you guys’ opinion on this matter? What is the best way that works for you when you were quitting? Edited December 22, 2019 by BgK Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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