After you quit you start to realize all of your friends are gamers, and you don’t have much in common with them anymore, but how do you grow and expand your social circle outside of gamers?

There are a few simple steps you can take to do it. Find out what they are:

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When you first quit most of your friends are gamers, so you need to put an effort into finding new ones that have other interests and hobbies. Not only that but feeling insecure about your social skills is likely one of the factors that led to you gaming in the first place.

Now in order to make new friends there are a few different factors to consider, and today I want to talk about you, and how you show up in every interaction you have, and how that leads to you making friends or not.

Here’s what you need to know:

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Games are designed to give you instant gratification, to give you feedback of your progress and that you are doing well. Over time your brain gets used to this so when you go to quit one of the issues you run into is that life doesn’t tend to give feedback so quickly.

So how do you deal with instant gratification without gaming? Find out:

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When you have a gaming addiction it’s common to feel frustrated when you talk to normal people, your friends, family or just people you run into on a daily basis because it’s hard to communicate what’s really going on for you.

When you do this, there are a few important things to keep in mind. Here’s what to do:

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One of the main reasons we game is to escape from the stress in our life. So if you want to be successful moving on from games you will need to learn how to deal with stress without using gaming as your outlet.

The good news is, you are capable of learning how to do this. Find out how:

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