First of all, if this is supposed to be in "Video Game Discussion" I apologize, though it didn't seem correct to me.
Now, what I'm asking is: What is your motivation to keep on gaming? I recently quit (I'm not gonna glorify quiting, so please don't make anything out of it in this thread, thanks.) and expected it to be much harder than it was. Except for one time under "special" circumstances I haven't even touched games, and I personally feel I can do more now that I don't have any "comitment" or any relation at all to games.
Because of this, I ask myself now - Why didn't I quit earlier? If it really was this easy to quit, can it really have been that fun to game, when I don't feel any need to go back at all. What kept me gaming for all theese years? Would this been possible earlier?
I have earlier quit specefic games instead of gaming all togheter. If I had spent lots of time on that game already, I'd often find myself returning. Now, I don't got any specefic numbers, but I got accounts with atleast 2 years /played in total over the different games I have played. Looking at it now, I feel like I have wasted so much of my life on games.
What's written over, is simply afterthoughts from quitting gaming (I am still reading forums though, but mainly the off-topic forums).
And with theese after thoughts, I would like to know, what keeps you from quitting?