Seems like we only hear about the bad stuff going on in our lives in these posts. Has anyone seen any progress that they would like to share? Either progress in the addict or progress in how you are dealing with it yourself?
My husband is at least aware of his problem but he is still too sensitive about it to have a conversation with. But he knows when he is doing something that hurts us as a family (playing instead of being with us), and has taken more time to stop and spend time with our son, leaving more game time for after our son goes to bed.
He is also seeing the affects of his gaming in his weight gain, and is trying get in a little physical activity, like taking our son around the neighborhood in his new wagon. And hey, that's a little less time on the game!
Don't get me wrong, I am still dealing with his whole gaming addict problem- he doesn't get enough sleep, I'm often ignored, work and household chores aren't a priority to him, etc. BUT there are a few bright spots that might help him overall if I encourage him in them, so that's what this post is about. Anyone else?
Edited by: lizwool at: 12/6/06 8:08