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10-17-2011 @ 6:50PM
I sympathize and identify with Clueless Shaman. My husband only plays intermittently (a couple months on after a patch then a few months off) and is not interested in raiding. OTOH, I love raiding, and my account has been continously active since I started 4 years ago. I used to raid a lot during Wrath, to the point where it put a strain on my relationship with my husband. It took me getting a job to keep me from raiding so much. Since then, about a year ago, my raiding time has been reduced to just one night a week. I've found that we're both happy with that amount of raiding. I get to see content and still have 2 non-WoW nights each week to spend with him.Clueless, perhaps you can work out a schedule that benefits you both, as Robin suggested. As long as you're meeting your responsibilities, there should be enough time in each week to spend with her ("date nights") and other times to spend in WoW. She's a gamer, so she can play on the console while you play on the computer. I hope you can work something out!
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