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5-14-2009 @ 8:19AM
Not necesarrily.I went through a period in high school where all I wanted to do was play video games. It was at the point where I was introduced to wow and I was addicted immediatley. Even on non-raid nights, especially weekends, where i wasn't doing anything, I would play wow instead of going out with friends, etc. My grades fell alot during this time, as well as all of my relationships, teachers, parents, friends etc.Turns out I had clincial depression. I got help, and now I'm fine and can control my wow play responsibly (when I actually have responsibilities, see my post below, lol) Point is, addiction to wow is not always the problem in and of itself. It's usually a sign pointing to a larger problem. Seeing as there is a large portion of people who visit this site who are of the same age i was when i went through that period, I think its pretty good post to make.
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