Addiction Letter - Nur Nadiah

Dear (Someone),

I am writing to you regarding your gaming addiction. I have noticed that it is very tough for you to get your work done as you are always distracted by computer games. I am very concerned about you as you keep on procrastinating your work. Your addiction will actually affect your whole life if it is not stopped. When you procrastinate, you are neglecting your social life with others. You spend less time with your family and this leaves a very negative impact on yourself as well as your family members.

Gaming addiction is really something that is unhealthy for your mental as well as physical health. You neglect your sleep, and this deprives your body of the rest it needs. You are also spoiling your eyesight as you stare at the computer screen for hours consecutively. Other than that, you are depriving yourself from living your life to the fullest. The hours you spend on gaming could have been spent on education and engaging with the people around you.

To snap out of your addiction, there are a few things you could do. Distract yourself by engaging with your community. For example, be a volunteer to help the elderly, read books or simply ask your family members to spend time with you. This way, you would get your mind off gaming and eventually you would be able to snap out of your addiction.

If it is not effective, you can ask your family members to keep the games or the computer away from your sight. However, I do not really recommend this method as you are putting your temptations on hold and when you actually do see games and computers around, you would totally let go of all your temptations and your addiction would worsen.

I just want you to know that I care for you and that you can always seek help from me. Whenever you feel stressed about your addiction, you can always call, e-mail or meet up with me. I hope you would try your best to snap out of your addiction and always have a positive mindset. Remember, your addiction does not only affect you, but others too.

Yours Sincerely,

Nur Nadiah

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