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Woke up to this when I was 17 and my daughter was born


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Hi all! Like I said, I was 17 when my daughter was born, then I was like "Oh, ok, time to take care of things in our lives now", guess what, whole evenings playing even if I didn't really wanted to, instead of working on my life and being the best parent that I could.
Then I realized, a decade ago, that it was addiction and I likely would be in for a tough time if I didn't fought it with all my capacity.
Found Nofap right after, which helped me immensely since then. 

 

Anyway, anyone here? I'm also interested in having someone as an accountability partner too.
 

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A warm welcome to both of you, you are not alone in this!

We all have our reasons to quit - I'm about to be a dad and don't want to be haunted by the gaming shadows while playing with my soon to arrive daughter. And I want to enjoy life in general!

Cheers mates!

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Hello Fellow Quitter (Yet Winners)!

 

Difficult choice, requires guts. Congratulations to all of you for taking this daring step. I wish you all the best of luck.

@Pochatok, Planning to focus on studies, and getting music to support myself.

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Since I run a small service business, I can get my growth feeling from there.
I also am trying to start swimming to get my chemical storm but it's expensive in my city, so I'm postponing that for around 40 days until I get a better hold of my finances.
Typing this out gives me the impression I'm just rationalizing an excuse, since I don't really am strapped for cash, not anymore 😌

After that I'll see how I feel and decide what to do next.
I already have a good relationship with clients, colleagues from my company's area of work, family and real life friends so I don't think I need to invest more in the community and connection aspect.

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