Maybe it's time to say goodbye RC
In the same way that you are, I'm unable to get excited about anything ranging from schoolwork to social events. For the past three months, I've been watching a lot of videos on YouTube and episodes of television shows, and I'm quite sure I'm hooked. In the college, I've only been able to devote four hours a day to prepare for a competitive exam because of my obsession.
My own health began to deteriorate as well.
I made the decision a week ago to put everything on hold so that I could devote myself only to my education and physical condition.
While attempting to study for an exam on my first day of classes early in the morning, I quickly discovered that I was unable to keep my mind on the task because I was distracted by one of the television series I had been watching. After trying unsuccessfully for an hour, my mind wandered back to the show, and I could not concentrate.
Their personality, knowledge, accomplishments, and everything else about them endeared them to me. I was awestruck! I couldn't stop thinking about, It was at that very moment that I realized just how dependent I had become.
After putting in a lot of effort, I finally gave up and broke down in tears when I got home.
I couldn't believe what I was seeing.
I spent much of the day dozing off after finishing reading readcash.
On the second day, I was so overwhelmed by the amount of work I had to do that I wept myself to sleep. However, I was able to complete some homework in the afternoon. (It's better than doing nothing). I also went for a long stroll in the evening, with the same things running through my head. I couldn't take it anymore, so I stopped communicating with everyone. I contemplated self-harm to make things easier, but it wouldn't have altered anything; instead, they would have gotten worse. Everything had lost its appeal to me: eating, sleeping, learning, and even smiling had faded from my memory. In front of me was a long, dark tunnel
On Google, I asked the identical question that I had previously asked, and was disappointed ( Blaming myself for everything though majority was my fault).
What worked best for me after reading through many answers and doing nearly all of them?
30-minute run/jog in the fresh air.
Before retiring to sleep, spend 10 minutes meditating.
Achieving long-term, intermediate-term, and short-term objectives
Not being able to help but smile.
It's been four days, and while I haven't fully healed, I do feel much better. I'm doing everything I can to meet your expectations! Maybe I will comeback. Hope so.
I hope this information was helpful to you. I wish you every success. You can do it.