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11-10-2011 @ 9:58PM
Just take a break. Seriously, it's the best solution.Sure, you may want to finish up your current tier set / BoS set / kill that boss or whatever, but WoW never ends. Whenever Blizz adds more content, that BoS head piece you worked so hard for will be old-hat. It won't kill you to *not* satisfy your numbers compulsion, and it'll make it all the more rewarding when you're feeling up to it again.
11-11-2011 @ 7:23AM
Best advice you can give anyone. Breaks have saved my interest in wow on several occasions. I've been on breaks from as little as a week up to eight months. Sometimes it just feels good to cancel your sub, even if you renew it only a few days after it has expired. I've seen friends with OCDs run wow till they more or less have had a mental breakdown. Whereas myself if real life commitments take alot of my attention I can just cut wow loose. If I'm bored with it I take a break. However for people that have a obsessive personality this game can sometimes really be devastating, with it's system of constant not too distant awards. Not said wow being worse than alot of other things in society, they can all be as destructive to people who have these tendencies.
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