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10-17-2011 @ 6:54PM
Honey,You're addicted. You can rationalize wanting to get in the game for lots of new colorful sparkly reasons.But you are an addict. (I am too, I'm not judging you). Stay the F^&* away from this game or you will no longer have a relationship.I'm actually a bit surprised neither Robin nor Lisa suggested that you no longer play any MMO's. But it is my heartfelt rec that you do not.ENJOY your girlfriend! Play games together! But avoid those that can enthrall you.Good luck.-ME(PS I do have an advanced degree in mental health so I'm not just speaking from personal but professional experience)
10-17-2011 @ 8:56PM
Yeah, wholeheartedly agree. Don't play any MMOs again. Stick to games with an end. There's tons of great 2 player adventures that you can play together that you can put away at the end of the day. Check out this site, it lets you filter by platform, number of players, playstyle, etc.http://www.co-optimus.com/
10-17-2011 @ 9:34PM
I absolutely concur. At this point, it would be detrimental to your relationship and mental health if you played this or another MMO. I think you SHOULD tell your GF about these urges, and possibly seek therapy if they begin to get overwhelming (I'm not saying they are at that point now, just if they reach that point).
10-17-2011 @ 9:55PM
I can understand missing those moments and how much having a hobby together was a wonderful thing - I have to agree with the consensus of finding a new, fun hobby, preferably together.WoW could potentially make you lose out on the person you love. As someone who unintentionally made that mistake, let me tell you - you'll miss HER far more than you'll miss playing WoW with her.
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