Thursday, 8 January 2015

Back in Azeroth

World of Warcraft... It really is addictive.
I've been back into Azeroth since about a week before the expansion hit and haven't really left it since. Partly it's because of current game design. With garrison's you're almost forced to log atleast twice a day to keep track of all your missions. The other part is that it's still addictive as hell. I really like Warlords of Draenor as expansion so far. I had much more fun touring around Draenor than I had in Pandaria and the game pulls me in stronger than two years ago when Mists launched.

I've spent a lot of time ingame, and not much time thinking about my blog to be honest. There's so much going on in my life at the moment that writing has taken a backseat. I guess it's a recurring theme.
I'm currently following therapy for my insecurities and the depression that has been caused by this. Emotionally I'm still very unstable and I don't feel very great for most of the days. Everything is too much for me to handle, so I had to give up my officer spot in my current guild and even decided to quit the healing team (I'm maining my Priest still) just so I can just drop my responsibilities. The people around me aren't helping my case much either, I feel lonely and abandoned in my current guild with my friends not really being my friends and a lot of new faces that I don't really want to get to know right now. Life feels very hard and unfair and every hour seems to be a struggle.

I've tried to pick up Final Fantasy XIV again aswell but I just can't motivate myself to log two MMO's right now. My focus is shattered and since I'm raiding on WoW I feel like my priorities should be there.

I hope things will start to look brighter soon and I can commit to some more things, like this blog.

1 comment:

  1. The new WoW expansion is pretty addictive! I picked it up and was instantly hooked haha, the raiding was pretty fun too. If tapered off a bit and went back to SWTOR and Rift recently. If you're looking for something fun and free to play, I recommend checking them out. :)

    Good luck with everything, I think therapy really can help :) Blogs are a good outlet as well, so you can always come back here. ^^

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