Video games have been with us for a long time. I remember having my first family computer when I was about six years old, and then I discovered some more online games three years later, such as FlyFF and more MMO. It was alright when I was a kid, but it seems like I needed some more time for myself as I grew up.
Quitting video games changed my life. I was able to focus more on reaching my goals and dreams. Also, I was able to properly take care of my body, such as eating right and proper hygiene. Also, I was able to value the importance of time because I realized how precious time was while quitting gaming.
In this article, I decided to try quitting games for 90 days and work for myself. This blog post will fill this with my experiences, thoughts, and tips.
Overall, it was a very nice experience, and thanks to that, I was able to remove my game addiction. I can now live for weeks, even without looking at my phone.
If there is one result I can tell you upon quitting games, it will be productivity.
Before I start, I want to save your time, so here are most of the frequently asked questions and what you will get in this article.
1. Should you quit video games forever?
Quitting video games can be a good step in improving yourself. If you feel like the game you are playing is not fun at all, it feels like a daily grind to do daily quests. It is essential to give yourself an honest self-assessment.
Does gaming affect your relationship, health, studies, or work? Instead of you controlling the game, is the game controlling you that you can’t help yourself but play it?
Do you have something you are escaping from, such as past relationships, secrets, or guilt? Ask these yourself.
The most important thing is this: You are reading this article until this part means that you might feel something is wrong. And maybe that is the case. The point is you are the one who is in control of your life. You should be, not your games. Whatever you decide is completely your decision, and own it.
Remember: Don’t let any others control your life, not me and not games.
2. Does quitting video games make you happier?
Quitting video games makes you happier, especially if you’ve finally had the courage to face the challenges in life. The fact that you’ve started to get out of your bedroom, taking care of your health, using your time wisely to improve yourself and your relationships make it a great investment.
However, if you think that quitting video games is a one-size-fits-all solution, you are mistaken. The benefit of quitting games is actually to regain your time, and how you use that time is 100% dependent on you.
Take control of your life and see the results day by day. Level yourself up and give yourself the care it deserves. Like leveling your character makes you happy in-game, leveling yourself up by doing what you are interested in makes you a lot happier.
3. What age should you stop gaming?
There is no specific age on when you should really stop gaming. Gaming is actually good in moderation. The thing making it worse is the obsessive use of gaming to hide from what you have to face. If you are a person that can control your gaming to less than 2 hours a day, it doesn’t matter.
It doesn’t matter if you stopped at 20, 30 or you did not stop at all. Gaming is a form of relaxation. As a tool, it can both be beneficial or harmful to us.
When do you quit? When you know that something is wrong. Deep inside, you know something is lacking. Something you want to do that needs your time and energy instead of playing.
4. Are video games immature?
Video games are a form of relaxation. It is by no means immature. Everyone plays, and not just humans, but also animals play. If games are your form of releasing stress, you do not need to force yourself to stop. In general, games are not childish.
5. What is considered excessive gaming?
More than 2 hours of gaming on screen a day is bad. Says the Council on Science and Public Health to the American Medical Association (AMA). This so-called “gaming overuse” is a phenomenon where someone is playing for longer than 2 hours.
In fact, the World Health organization in 2013 suggested that internet gaming disorder say that while there is not sufficient evidence to put it in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, they considered it worthy of further study.
6. Is it good to quit gaming?
Quitting gaming is good for people who are compulsive in gaming. Compulsion in gaming is defined by playing for more than 2 hours per day. Quitting releases much time that they can use to improve upon themselves. If they don’t do anything in their free time, then quitting games will be meaningless.
7. Is 12 or more hours of gaming bad?
Prolong gaming of more than 12 hours can cause you to forget about your health, relationships, work, and so much more. If you forget about eating right and the only thing you want to do is play, which affects your sleep, it is bad.
8. How many hours of gaming is healthy?
Less than 2 hours of gaming a day is healthy. According to the American Medical Association, those playing for more than 2 hours is considered compulsive, which means that if you play for only a short time (less than 2 hours), it is completely ok.
Gaming can be a wonderful source of relaxation and can be used to cope up with stress. Just don’t overdo it.
9. Is gaming bad for your mental health?
Gaming can affect psychological symptoms, maladaptive coping strategies, negative affectivity, low self-esteem, a preference for solitude, and poor school performance, which affects your mental health. This is reported by a research study titled: “The Association Between Video Gaming and Psychological Functioning.“
It is said in the research that although gaming can be a source of friendship, it can lead to many other problems on mental health, such as low self-esteem, negative affectivity, and more.
10. Does gaming cause depression?
Gaming is significantly associated with a higher number of depression symptoms. Said a research paper titled: “Daily Violent Video Game Playing and Depression in Preadolescent Youth” By Susan R. Tortolero, et al. There is an association between daily gaming and depression.
There are many reasons why this is happening; the most famous theory is the theory of Dopamine. Gaming is designed to cause you to release Dopamine. When you level up, you release Dopamine. When you get rare items, you get Dopamine. When you win a roll, you get Dopamine.
Over time you’ll get used to the Dopamine in your brain, making you need more Dopamine to be happier. This cycle never ends and until you need a lot more Dopamine for you to be happy.
Now that all of those have been set and you are still interested, here is my story.
Before I start telling my story, here are some things I want you to understand.
First, I will be frank with you guys about my experiences, and if I ever offend someone by speaking what I feel, I am sorry. But I am going to share my experiences on why I quit gaming.
Second, I have no proof or anything that I have really finished the 90 Day No Gaming Challenge. There are no pictures or videos that I am not playing at all, but I truly swear that I have never played video games of any kind this whole time.
Third, I will be completely thorough with this article, so If you just want to know the summary of what I will be writing, you may scroll down directly into the conclusion I will provide.
And fourth, I have tried to quit gaming ever since I was 19 years old, and I did not have the courage to finish it until I was 24. So I am pretty sure that this has been a huge step for me, and you will know why.
As you can see, I guess you can guess what the before picture is. The before was actually a picture of me when I was very addicted to gaming, and those were the times that I couldn’t survive a day without games. Without a doubt, I was suffering from video game addiction.
The after picture, I can’t really tell. I just went out and had a little vacation on the beach. I have a friend that took a picture of me, giving me suggestions on what pose I should do, and as you can see. That is the pose suggested to me. 🙂
To start, I should be introducing who I am.
So my name is Jason; if I can remember correctly, I started video gaming when I was 8 years old. I started to play a game called GunBound, where we have tanks that fight with each other.
To be honest, I reached the silver battle ax level that time without donating or spending a single dime. That’s how I was committed before in gaming.
I fought with people who literally spend hundreds of dollars just to get the best avatars, and I am just using the free versions, and I can still win against them.
After that, I played a lot of games online such as Ran Online, Flyff, Special Force, Cabal, Heroes of Newerth, League of Legends, Counterstrike 1.6, Source and Global Offensive, Skyrim, Oblivion, and too much more to remember.
You see, that is how much I played before. I can’t remember a single day before where I did not have at least a single game. Still, the game that took most of my time is no other than Defense of the Ancients, also known as DOTA. As you can see, video games consumed my life, especially in my early days.
So What Happened with DOTA
Well, I can’t say that I’m good at the game. I am just an average player. I started playing DotA at 14 years old with my first hero, “Drow Ranger.”
However, my favorite hero became Bounty hunter and Shadow Fiend.
I am also one who first got the Beta Keys on DOTA 2. So I played DOTA 2 when it was in beta.
It did not have a lot of heroes to play with back then. I remember using Pudge and enjoyed meat hooking everybody.
If there are LOL fans out there, I enjoyed playing Pantheon, but I spent most of my time on DOTA.
I was addicted to games too seriously when I was 15 years old, and I still played Flyff even at 24 years old. (too much that my back literally hurts every day from sitting on a hunch back)
What Made Me Decide to Quit Gaming
The truth is I had a lot of epiphanies to quit gaming earlier, even when I was 19 years old, but I can’t really help it because it is hard controlling it.
I would uninstall the games and suddenly come to realize that I was playing it again. You can’t blame me, and I can’t blame myself. I was addicted.
It affected me when I just wanted to stay at home playing video games without talking to people.
Well, I talk with people online but virtually, but there is no real connection with people.
In fact, I realized after I quit that I was all alone. All of my friends that I met at games are just well.
Not really, since I haven’t met them, and when you quit gaming, they are not there anymore.
But you know what, they are one of the things that are really hard to let go of.
So to return, the strongest reason why I quit gaming is what happened on my 24th birthday.
As you can see, we are all excited when our birthday comes up.
We have celebrations, cake or parties to have that joyous moment. But not for me.
I realized that I am 24 years old, but I have nothing to be proud of in life.
I don’t even try to make friends with the people around me or earn substantial income to take care of myself fully. I felt really empty.
So on my 24th birthday, I was unfortunate that nothing was going on with my life.
I realized that is part of a quarter-life crisis, as people my age call them, but that is why I thought again of quitting games.
To tell you frankly, I did not start to quit gaming instantly after deciding to quit.
But I already have the question of: “Should I stop playing video games?” in my own mind.
I must ask you.
We got a lot of level-ups online. Hundreds or even thousands of level up.
However, when did you last level yourself up?
Why did I Blamed it to Games
In reality, there is nothing wrong with games.
In fact, there is some research that games increases your reaction time.
Considering that you need to cast your heroes’ skills or shoot the sniper as fast as possible to win, this is true.
That is true.
There is nothing wrong with it. This article is not to make you quit gaming, but to share what happened in my life after gaming.
But if there is a chance that you think that games are controlling your life, I suggest you have a detox.
Just see what happens, and you are free to come back to gaming if nothing happens.
It’s just 90 days, right? Compare that to a lifetime.
But I blamed it on games because there was something that it took from me.
The time my friend took a lot of my time.
I had many regrets that if I just used that time to improve upon myself, it would not be this way.
I thought that if only I stopped gaming and worked on myself to create an online business, have a workout, take care of my body instead of eating microwave oven foods.
My life would be better!
So there it is, I can feel that games are strangling me around, and I can’t control myself but continue gaming, spending the whole night playing and seeing the sunrise only to realize that I played so much that my body is falling apart.
It is true, and I am not kidding; I was hospitalized when I was 15 years old because of too much gaming, and my body became weak because I am literally not sleeping right anymore. So the doctor had no choice but to put me on I.V. infusion.
So what did I do? I gathered all of the willpower I had and decided to quit gaming. I am ready to quit gaming for good.
Where am I Right Now?
I couldn’t be happier! I started the challenge, and believe me, it was really hard, and I will share some tips on how I did it.
I have also enjoyed hanging out with my friends and begun to have deeper and meaningful conversations.
I became less awkward and ready to talk to them without worrying if they would accept me, “Which I know a lot of gamers would Understand.”
Because most of the time, we go to gaming because we think it is hard to talk with the people around, believe me, that you just have to try.
What I also realized is that I took care of my physical and mental health more.
I began to constantly meditate in the morning, eat healthy foods, do intermittent fasting and most importantly, try to improve upon myself.
I realized how important it is to communicate with people, and it is actually not hard at all.
You just have to speak; they are also human beings like you.
Not just that, I began learning new things as I started to improve upon myself more and more each day.
I would not say that I became a perfect being, but I can say that I have completely changed compared to what I was 90 days ago.
It was just 90 days, and there is no way I am a completely different person in such a small amount of time.
Benefits of Quitting Video Games
Before I start this part of the article, I should first note the benefits that I have gained after quitting games.
This might also be the benefits you will experience, but it will not be true for everybody.
So here are the benefits that I had after I quit and letting go of video games.
1. You will get better sleep
Ever since I quit gaming, my sleep has become better. Literally, because I started to do some light exercise, and instead of playing video games every night, I began to do some meditation to relax before sleeping.
Because my body clock has been changed for the better, my overall mood has become as perfect as it could ever be, which is great considering that insomnia is really hitting me hard before.
In addition to this, because of the exercise regimen I am doing with dumbbells at home. I gained some muscles, and I got stronger to lift heavier weights. This is great as I do not see improvement in my physical well-being.
Exercise will also improve your quality of sleep.
2. Increase in Discipline and Willpower
I can’t stress this enough, if you can gather all of your willpower and stop yourself from playing video games, that is already a big improvement.
You see, you need the willpower to do this and prevent yourself from playing to improve yourself. This is important considering that studies have shown that people who have higher willpower tend to be more successful in life. Most importantly, willpower can gain it through hard work.
3. Realization of the Importance of Time
One thing that I learned when I quit games is that time is significant. I learned to value and give it into the things that are very important to me.
For instance, I gave time for my self-improvement. Leveling myself up, increasing my confidence, Physical capabilities, and more.
I even used the time to work on myself to create a working business online.
4. Increase in Motivation
My motivation started to rise. I want you to understand that the dopamine release when you stop playing is significantly lower, especially when you quit.
One thing you have to understand about the dopamine hormone is that it is the feel-good hormone. You release it when you are having fun, and chances are, if you are reading this, you are mostly having fun by playing video games.
Playing video games is not wrong. It just needs some balance; if you can balance it, then good for you.
So when you quit gaming, you are losing one of your dopamine sources. Your brain does not like that. Who wants to have less fun anyway?
So it will find a way to get you happy, and you will be motivated to do things that usually did not make you happy before.
For example, when I quit gaming, I started to love hanging out with my friends instead of just sitting in front of a screen all day.
Combine this with Discipline, and you have a greater formula towards success.
5. Decreased Anxiety
This goes without saying, but when you start to get compliments on how you are improving and how you have changed in just a few months really makes you happy about yourself.
Another is that every morning when I look in the mirror, I see my body is completely different from what it was before.
My posture even got a lot better, and I started to see muscles growing on my arms.
Combine that with people proving that I have really changed, especially my attitude and how I tend to be always calmed down.
I tend to be less aggressive and like talking to people on a deeper level. Forming deeper and more meaningful relationships.
Overall, I gained self-confidence.
6. More Self Confidence
As I get all of the benefits above, I had a better mood, better physique, deeper and meaningful relationships, and most of all, discipline.
I started to form self-confidence, which is really great gradually!
I tend to calm on things that I usually get aggressive on. I understood the people talking to me; I am less awkward in asking the waiter or talking to a cashier. I can talk to them directly without blinking or swaying my eyes off.
All of that because the end of all of this is you will be proud of what you have built for yourself, with your own hands and efforts. That is something very irreplaceable.
Are my changes all because of quitting games?
Of course not! That is not true.
While it is true that quitting video games changed my life, but it is not all because of just quitting games.
How I changed my lifestyle is not all because of games. To be honest with you, I am not sure how much of the change came from quitting games because I am not even sure what happened to me, or if I really changed, or it is just my feeling.
But one thing is certain, the way I feel about myself is different.
I am proud that I can go and exercise, eat healthier, work on my online business, and of course, talk more with people.
I still feel alone, but those feelings become less and less as soon as the day goes by.
So the next question is, how did I do it.
How I Quitted Games
Believe me when I say that quitting is definitely hard! Especially if you’ve been in these types of things since you were 8 years old. I was addicted to gaming, and I just went cold turkey. Imagine how horrible that is to me.
But I survived, and I will share with you here what happened.
So to start, I quitted gaming by deleting all of the games on my computer because I only play PC games. So my detox is purely on quitting pc gaming.
But I did that before, and I managed to put it back and played again. But this time, since I also suffered from heartbreak, I am really serious about changing myself.
There is a problem though, I want to quit gaming, but I see those online streams on the internet, and it made me realize—almost all of my relapses before came from this. I see people playing, and I become envious that they are playing. So I also ended up playing.
So the second thing I did was I unsubscribed and unfollowed everything related to gaming. Believe me, it is a hard step to take, but it helped me since I need to give my all in this.
But as you quit gaming, you will realize something else. And I think that most people fail to quit or see the benefits of quitting games because of this.
Ready to know what it is? Here it is.
You realize that you have a lot of time to spare and will not know what to do with it.
What happened to me is because of that too much time, I started to browse through social media platforms.
I even experienced Instagram saying that there is nothing it can show me since I have already scrolled through everything.
By the way, you can follow me on social media; I have my social media links in the footer of this website.
So there you have it. If you don’t know how to utilize a surprisingly long time, there will be no benefits for you from quitting games.
I stayed like this for almost 2 weeks, and I am left wondering what it is like me playing again, but this time it is full of gossip from people.
So that is the reason why people see no benefits from quitting games, and it is the same reason why I did not experience any difference during the first month of my gaming detox. To be honest, if you did it right, a month without video games is sufficient enough.
What did I do Next?
You see, we fail to realize that we need to give time to improve ourselves, and if we can’t do that, there is no reason for us to quit gaming. We need to have the will to improve upon ourselves.
So, upon realizing this, I started to meditate and think about what I want, and the core reason I quit gaming, and I found the answer.
I saw a note that I wrote when I was 21 years old when I played too much and couldn’t help but continue. It says that I want to be financially free. It might sound odd to you, but it is a big deal to me. I want to earn money to be free and to do what I want in life.
I love to travel and would like to travel more. I would love to have a job where if I could exert all of my efforts in it, it could grow and give me freedom in the long run.
So if you want to succeed in quitting games, I strongly suggest that you write down what your core goal is as it is the one that will push you further along the way. It is great that I realized this after scrolling through social media for 2 weeks. Because if I did not realize that, just imagine what I am right now.
So I spent all of my spare time creating an online business, working out, reading books, and generally, anything to improve upon myself.
I even started to learn how to speak Nihonggo; I hope to learn fast because I plan to go there on a vacation once my business grows.
What I am saying is that you should use your time in something that would benefit you rather than browsing through social media or checking out when your friend’s dog went to the vet.
- Go to the gym and start working out!
- Start eating healthy
- Learn a new language
- Read self-help books
- Go out with friends
- Talk to people
Basically, anything you could do to improve upon yourself.
Do you remember what I wrote before? The question is, “When did you last leveled yourself up?”
So if you want to succeed and reap the benefits of quitting games, you should spend the spare time that you will have on improving upon yourself.
I promise you that after a month, you will be happy that you spent your time improving yourself.
You do not know how much 90 days can change your life. I promise that if you commit to it, it will be huge.
How to Quit Video Games
So here we are on the part of my suggestions for you to quit games. I promise that quitting will be extremely hard, and you will need some help, but most importantly, you should hold on to your willpower not to try opening games for a while
1. Uninstall or Remove your Games
The first thing you should note when quitting games is that you should keep your environment free from games.
As much as possible, remove things that would remind you of playing.
For me, it is the first to uninstall all my games on my computer.
If you have any more else to remove for a while, it is best to remove it.
Seeing them will be too much of a temptation, especially when you crave to play.
2. Stop Watching and Unsubscribe to Game Streaming Videos
The reason I failed multiple times in this is I like watching game streaming videos.
I get that we are not the one who is playing, but truth be told.
It is one of the main reasons why people relapse. Not just me but a lot of people who try to quit fail because of this.
Look, you are quitting games. If you are watching someone play, chances are you also want to play.
It is like putting more gas into the fire.
Don’t do it. I know it will be hard to unsubscribe to your favorite YouTuber or whoever that is, but just think that it will be for yourself.
3. Have another means to have fun
You know that you play because you want to have fun.
That is normal, considering that it releases Dopamine to our brain.
That is what I got wrong when I started to quit. I tried to get my Dopamine from social media, which is wrong.
Get it from something else, such as talking to people on a deeper level. You will get used to it. I promise.
You could also do some workouts, and it really feels good after.
The feeling of accomplishment after you’ve finished a workout is great.
Go to a spa and relax, whatever it is that will keep you away from using the computer.
4. Go out
If you are like me, that plays the desktop, and chances are you play at home.
If this is the case, I suggest you take some time outside, maybe get some fresh air or jog.
Sunlight is also good for the body.
It is tempting at the start to play, especially if you always see your computer.
Try to go out and jog, walk, or whatever it is.
5. Write a Journal
If you are serious about improving yourself, write a journal.
It would help you track your growth and how much you have improved through the days.
What’s also great is that you can write things down when you feel the urge to play.
Just write it down, and I promise that it feels better to let it out, even just in writing.
It’s just an Epiphany for me; I should have written my Journey on quitting games within the blog.
Sadly, I just figured it out now. It could’ve helped me better in my Journey in the 90 days.
6. Accountability Partner
This tip is not something I’ve used, but I found out how great this will be.
Suppose you have someone to ask every morning or evening before sleeping if they played a game.
That way, you could both help each other with the dilemma.
It is a great way to start talking with people on a deeper level. I promise that it will be Worth it.
So If you have the luxury to find an accountability partner, consider yourself lucky.
7. Ask for Help
One thing is for sure, and there will be hard times where you can’t even trust yourself if you can do it or not.
There will be downs and lows.
This is the moment that your brain is rewiring to a better your.
You are losing some dopamine receptors that will generally make you more sensitive to little things that don’t seem to add fun for you before.
For me, that was communicating with people and going out with friends. You will find out yours soon.
8. Use your Time Wisely
I told you that time will be your enemy if you quit gaming. You will have a lot of time to spare that you did not know that a day is really that long.
Do not be like me that just scrolled through Facebook and watching YouTube videos all day just to spend my time.
Using YouTube can be bad for your quitting challenge since there will be chances that your favorite Gamer will upload a video that you will be tempted to watch.
Instead, build a new hobby. Play the guitar, learn to dance, meditate, Exercise, learn that new language you’ve always dreamed of learning.
There are tons of possibilities to spend your time, I did it by building my business online, but that doesn’t mean you have to do it like me.
9. Build your Willpower
Willpower is very important if you really want to quit gaming.
It is what we use to resist playing even if everything seems boring.
Boredom is common to people who quit games. It can be hard but remember that being bored is a sign that you are rebooting.
The good news is that willpower can be strengthened
Here, I have a video where I discussed how to build willpower. I made a summary of the book willpower instinct. You can find my video here.
It is one of my old videos so pardon me if the quality isn’t that good.
Also now, I make videos 3 times a week and I like how I am using my time wisely instead of gaming.
I make self-improvement videos on YouTube, and I gladly invite you to check my Channel to learn more about personal development. You can find my Channel by clicking here.
I Quit Video Games, Now What?
It will still be the same; I will continue to improve upon myself every day. Adding skills to my current capabilities. Write a journal down to see where I am right now, and continue to strive for the best.
For me, I will continue working on my online business and improve my overall well-being.
And no, I don’t plan to celebrate the 90 days by having one game. Actually, I don’t really want to play video games anymore. I already learned to live without it, and I am happy about what I have accomplished these past 3 months.
Life After Quitting Games
2 years after quitting games.
It has been a long journey for me. I am now checking up after 2 years. The relationship between gaming and me became more apparent as time passed.
My blog is focused on personal development and I really invite you to check my YouTube channel.
It is also a good way to switch your recommendations to self-development videos instead of gaming videos.
Feel free to browse my other blog posts, I am sure you’re going to enjoy reading tips about studying, productivity, values, and more.
Will I Ever Play Video Games Again?
I don’t want to promise something that I can’t possibly do. The truth is, I do not know if I want to go back to playing video games. I am happy with the things I have now, and I love that I could make a significant change within myself in just 3 months. I would just want to continue.
If I will play video games soon or not, I really don’t know. But right now, I don’t have any urge or will to play video games. It could be part of the detox where my brain is already rewired to live without it.
Please, if you want to try this challenge, remember that it would take a little time to get results. It took me 90 days to feel that I am now free from the binds of video games. It might be a year for you or just 30 days.
Just continue to celebrate the little victories you are having while in this challenge. I know you can do it.
Should you Quit Gaming?
But before I leave my final words, I would just to say one last thing.
It is your time to level up. Give yourself the same effort you’ve given to get that +10 armor in an online game you like.
You’ve given a lot of your time to games, and there is a possibility that you’ve forgotten to improve upon yourself.
Let me ask you this again. You’ve improved your character in games. You’ve achieved a high level in games. You’ve continued to level up your character hundreds or even thousands of times in-game by giving them strength, agility, and intelligent points.
But when did you upgraded your own level? When did you increase your own mental strength? Your physical strength?
I am not saying that you should quit gaming. It is great if that is the source of your fun. But do not forget that you also need to improve upon yourself. Without that, there will be no balance, and you will regret how much time you’ve lost in the end.
So before this article ends, let me share with you a picture. I created it via paint so forgive me if it does not look good. I just want to prove a point.
As you can see, each box is a representation of each month of your life. Each row is equivalent to three years.
I don’t really think it is that big, and I don’t know about you.
And the truth is, we don’t know if we will reach the age of 90 or not. So it might not be as big as that.
Another is we have consumed some of it, as you can see by the arrows.
So I would like to finish my article with this question to you, where will you spend your most valuable time that even the richest can’t buy?
I hope you know the answer.
I created this article alone, with all of my knowledge about this 90-day game quitting challenge. My experience, tips, thoughts, and advice for everyone interesting in going through this Journey.
However, since I did this alone, there is a huge chance that I might have missed something important.
The best part is that if you have some things and thoughts that are worth sharing. Please do not hesitate to comment or contact me, and I will edit this article more and more to help those who need help.
I believe in a community, and I hope you will be part of it.
What’s Next? The best way to start quitting games even for a while is to have a plan. I have a blog post talking about how to make a future plan with templates you can use. Here is the blog post: How to make create a future plan: Tips with Examples