Off-Topic, Kinda: Our Relationships with Gaming (Starting with My Own)

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  1. zeraan says:

    While not as severe as yours, I have similar experiences. Due to my deafness, while growing up in Michigan, I was bullied a lot (never physically, thankfully, but a lot of verbal/emotional bullying). So video games is a way for me to find happiness. Instead of escaping into them like you, they are more of friends that I never had in real life (well, I had a few, but I had far more bullies). Eventually my family moved to Utah, and there the bullying ceased and I was able to make many friends. However, games were still my “best friends” for a long time.

    After marrying and having kids, my time and devotion to video games reduced drastically, but I do still enjoy them.

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