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  1. It got to where I played it everyday. I’d always, every day without fail, find some time to play a few matches. Before the family woke up, after everyone was asleep, whenever I was bored on the weekends, on my lunch break I sometimes came home, made me late a few times coming back. I played it for one year exactly. I let my Xbox gold expire, deleted it from my iPhone too. I noticed that my kids, who are still too young to play, would always want to watch me play as well. I was setting a bad example to them by ignoring them to play a video game. I remember telling my son no to playing with him outside on a Saturday because I was hungover and wanted to play video games by myself. My wife probably got pissed at least 100 times over the last year that I was playing the game instead of doing something. My wife would bring it up to my friends sometimes and embarrass me about it (none of my friends play video games). Anyway, I haven’t played in at least 5 weeks, and TBH, I miss playing it everyday. It was a good stress reliever and it was fun! But seriously that poo is addictive, like cigarettes. I hope I can stay strong and continue to stay away.
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