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2-02-2012 @ 9:28AM
I agree with OP - I'm also in a situation where I spent a lot of time steeped in WoW, but but I've grown up a lot since then, I still play, though more moderately. Because, well, I grew up. I don't have to quit entirely to be able to manage my time. (Though I would imagine that some folks with addictions absolutely do need to quit entirely.)I too have a job, marriage, children, and other obligations. WoW is what I do for me, because I enjoy it, as opposed to the rest of my time, which is spent doing things for everyone else. I have other hobbies, but they are creative in nature and take a certain energy that is often depleted by the other parts of my life. WoW is where I go for true down-time. Moderately, by the way, means I'm down from 35+ hours a week to about half that.
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