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September 16th, 2007, 07:23
I agree. To me gaming is such a non-issue in relationship that I just don't get the jealousy angle at all. Sometimes gaming can be addictive but it's a far cry from sex drugs or rock n roll—maybe the other person is hiding in that game world for a reason. If you can't share the interests of the person you love, then develop a few interests of your own and have some live and let live going on. I spend hours on the computer, my husband spends hours reading Tom Clancy—he's not jealous of Titan Quest and I don't want to burn his library. If games is the biggest problem your relationship has, I'd count myself fortunate.

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