Well, I'm still playing World of Warcraft, just not as much. My "guild" has made it TOTALLY not fun for me. They are SERIOUS players - they don't joke around. Everything is about "gear, gear, gear". Too much to explain.
My online friend and I are just that - online friends. At this moment, this very moment, I could care less what he does. I don't know what has changed with myself and WoW? Maybe the seriousness of it all and not having any fun playing has brought the game into a whole new light.
I *did* get into a bit of trouble at work. My Sr. Manager told me she had gotten complaints that I was not being "responsive" enough to my "clients", meaning...Hiring Managers, or anyone else, including her! I didn't argue (what's the point? it's the truth), I just told her I would resolve the problem. She's also taken a huge amount of my workload away from me, saying she realized how overwhelmed I probably was and that it probably played into it. But...it also makes me think...is she taking away all of this work because she is gradually trying to get rid of me? Taking away my work piece by piece? I really *was* overwhelmed. Since she has done that, I have worked SO much harder, and find things SO much more manageable! I have a lot more enthusiasm about my job, and don't feel like I just can't do it. And...I'm about as responsive as you can get now!
Not wanting to play WoW during the day has also helped in making me work harder as well. It's kind of boring to me now, and I don't feel like logging on when I know my online friend is on during the day, either. That was my downfall. I don't know what we have left to talk about - I find our relationship incredibly boring, too. But...is all this boredom related to not being on Adderall for 4 days?
I guess I'll see how much of this "boredom" related to not taking Adderall starting today and in the next few days....