He's trying to wean himself from excessive gaming (60h/week for years) again, the last 20 times without success. I am finally breaking free from being co-dependant, which was a very long and stony road, but now I don't really care anymore if he plays. I managed to unload my guilt and being a useless helper. Now that he is trying again his withdrawal symptoms are worse than his absence. He's too arrogant or scared to get real help that might help his anxiety and constant tension. I have to leave the room, it's so unpleasant. How can I be supportive without starting to become co-dependant again and not suffocate with the crazy tension in the room?
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