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10-13-2011 @ 3:05PM
I'm schizoid, so I find it too stressful to have many real life relationships and somewhat regular meetings with friends. So WoW is the one of the ways for me to communicate keeping regulated distance to people and immerse to fantasy setting.And no, I'm not addicted (really ;), it's just one of the least stressful things to do.The hopeful thing is that I had no problems not gaming for months when I found something else to do. So I hope that after another couple of years of therapy, WoW (or other games I will play by then) will become just the way to have fun, not the diversion or substitution :)
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