First of all great finding a group adressing this problem. Were together several years before gaming screwed it all up. That was it, once hooked he didn't want to do anything except play, 20 hrs straigt on the weekends. I lost my husband when he began playing D&D, period. He became anti-social, withdrawn, got agitated when not on the game or interrupted. We lost all our friends and distanced from family members. I left once and went back, b/c he looked me in the eye and promised if I came home he would never play the game again. Of course it was a lie b/c he cannot stop. It's his life, all he cares about. I feel so betrayed and like what the hell did I do to deserve a game being chosen over me? Thank god we didn't have kids yet, how would I explain to them?? I pray for him every day that he will snap out of this, get help, whatever for his own quality of life. I must remember that this is his problem not mine. I have to move on I deserve better. Folks gaming is a SERIOUS issue for loved ones so please get help before it's too late!!
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