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11-29-2009 @ 4:27PM
The thing I take issue here is saying that the questioner is "addicted to WoW" because they didn't stop the game as soon as the problem started. That may be the case, but that also may NOT be the case.I'm sorry, but once you start playing with other people, it's natural to worry about them. And sometimes that ends up being a problem- but it's not because you're addicted to WoW, it's because you worry about other people too much. Plus, you can end up with a very close-knit group of friends you met online- they are no less real than your "real life" friends.That said, I personally recommend definitely taking a break (temporary or permanent) from WoW because it *does* exacerbate issues like this. Any close friends you've made in the guild- get their other contact info (the woman in question EXCLUDED of course), and keep in touch that way. Don't feel like you're tethered to WoW to keep in touch with people you have grown close to (other officers, etc). And if you leaving really will be bad for the guild, well, like I said before, there IS a point where you have to be able to pull back and just worry about yourselves. They'll get over it, but the marriage might not if the effort isn't put in.
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