Be careful about analyzing it like this. If you were to expand your perspective on a year or two ago and the progress you've made since then, you'd be blown away at how far you've come. Just like if you expand out a few years from now, the potential for progress is immense. But when you get caught in looking at your progress on a day-to-day basis, it can be discouraging. It's all a matter of perspective. And at the end of the day, who cares? Are you going to stop trying to make progress and just give-in to a life overrun by your emotions? Or are you going to continue learning and adapting, even if the progress is slower than you'd hope? I imagine it's the latter, so with that said, you can stop wasting your energy evaluating your progress with expectations of a certain outcome, and just keep doing the work necessary to improve.
Hi, thanks for opening up and sharing here. Many other members will chime in with their perspectives, but I just wanted to give you a few resources quick: I have a list of tips that will help you here. And a video that can help here. If you really want to understand video game addiction a deeper level, my Reclaim guide is helpful (written for parents but it will work for siblings too), as is my keynote here.