So you are looking for Candy Crush addiction help?
Are you playing Candy Crush Saga more than you would like?
Do your loved ones get annoyed at you for your Candy Crush addiction?
Perhaps you are spending too much of your hard earned money on Candy Crush saga?
Even if you do need Candy Crush addiction help - you should congratulate yourself for admitting you have a problem and taking positive steps towards recovery.
I have made a list of things you can try doing to prevent your Candy Crush addiction from getting worse and more out of control. NOTE - If your Candy Crush addiction is having a real negative effect on your life you should consider seeking help from a professional psychologist.
Candy Crush Addiction Help List
- The first thing I am going to suggest is not one you will like. Delete Candy Crush Saga from your computer or device - NOW :)
- If you cannot take the previous step try to set a daily time limit on how much you play Candy Crush Saga.
- Try to make sure you are not neglecting other hobbies or interests you enjoy. Make a list of all the things you want to do and start setting calender entries on your phone to remind you. If you can pull this off you will be able to enjoy a balanced life.
- Perhaps choose another website to play Candy Crush Saga on. If you play it on Facebook, try playing it on King.com or Games.com. You can then delete all traces of Candy Crush Saga from your Facebook page by removing the app, unliking page.etc. My theory is that you are often on Facebook for other reasons you could be tempted to play all the time. It makes it all too easy.
So there you have it, that was my Candy Crush addiction help.
But it doesn't stop there. I have set up a guestbook (see link on your left) for you to introduce yourself and share your Candy Crush addiction and recovery stories. This will help others in the future who read this site thinking they are the only one in the world that needs Candy Crush addiction help.
Best of luck to you - you can beat this game :)