I have this problem you see. I never stick with a particular thing for a long time. I try reading a book, stop 3/4's of the way in. I try learning how to play an instrument, I stop in about a week. The same thing happens with gaming. I have these periods where I crave playing a game like Neopets or Runescape or something. I play for 5 hours a day for a month straight, then I won't see that game until next year. Is that even a bad thing though? I mean you could just say, "just play the fucking game ffs." but I don't know, it seems much harder than that. Anyways, do you think I lack disciple? Or do I just need to find something else that I would enjoy and do consistently? What should I do?
How to get back into something?
Posted 16 November 2017 - 01:19 PM
An idea would be to set a goal for it. Say, for Runescape: "I want to hit lvl 60 in firemaking." Gives you a bit of an incentive to keep playing.
I'm actually the same way with 99% of the games that I play. Oops...
Posted 17 November 2017 - 02:04 AM
I'm very similar about most non social games I play. Setting a goal is certainly the key however. Also, having a community to share those goals with and help push you along is also a key (imo). Good luck! I hope you get stick around this time :-p
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