That WIld Debate - Epiphany of Withdrawal

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amdorsse
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That WIld Debate - Epiphany of Withdrawal

This is my day 3:

(Imaginations Thoughts removed to avoid any triggers)

Me: **** off, you devious imagination, you are the addiction. Those condescending thoughts which deter real life goals are pathetic. Listen, Games are a pure waste of time and being here and reading posts, I know that. I am not going to throw away more of what I treasure, and de-prioritize what is really important, for the mere sake of my selfish desire to play a game. Now I need to concentrate and study, so go take a hike, like I will later on. You only further excite me to find the motivation for real life again! Hahahahha, I laugh at you.

A game free day, Is a good day. I've had 2 of those. One day at a time, and I will persevere. I just wish it wasnt so hard to do when you can't afford much time to go take a walk and enjoy life itself. I am finding real life challenges make it much more difficult to focus on your goals.

To everyone, I wish you the best in your recovery. Let's beat this together, and Stay strong!

"hiking, rock climbing, sky diving, scuba diving and several other things.... these things got me real addicted to real life again. Find out what addicts you to real life and do it!" [ancientone]

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Good for you on spotting

Good for you on spotting what was going on and taking action accordingly. Also, congrats on day 2!! It takes time to learn how to take care of yourself, and the way the addiction will try to get you will sometimes be a bit different, so it's good to be vigilant. Glad you came through on the other side of it with sobriety intact. Hugs.

When you're going through hell...keep going. --Winston Churchill There is no pit so deep that God is not deeper still --Corrie ten Boom

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