I know, it's still up in the air if this is an addiction or not, but let me tell you, it's having a real impact on my family's life. My husband can't stop playing an online game. He'll play for hours on end each day. The minute the kids are in bed he will play for hours without even realizing it. He will play when the kids are up and want to play with him. To add to things, he's also been diagnosed with major depression, so he's using the gaming to hid away from the world. I barely know the man I care about so much anymore, but he doesn't see that there's a problem. It's been 3 months since he's gone one day without playing. How do I get him to realize what's he doing to his family? Any suggestions?
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