Seven Ways to Win Back Your Gaming Spouse

It might be hard to believe that a video game could destroy a relationship, but after Yahoo! talked to Jocelyn, a Californian whose six-year marriage dissolved when her husband developed a crippling addiction to the massively-multiplayer online game World of Warcraft, they were inundated with similar stories of woe and heartbreak.

It's too late for Jocelyn -- who divorced her husband in 2005 and has sworn to keep away from gamers altogether -- but it might not be too late for you. If your significant other's gaming habits are harming your relationship, here are seven ways to beat the game and reclaim your love life.

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You bought an Xbox3723d ago

Cause they'll never have a Girlfriend never mind a spouse Ha Ha

Xbots Suck

iAmPS33723d ago

The problem is, now they can have a girlfriend, at least the "virtual" type of girlfriend. Their "HOME" ripoff is coming.

iAmPS33723d ago

It's that specie that insanely yells/calls you just when you are about to finish that level.

Swordy3723d ago

Video games can require a lot of time. If you need a relationship with someone who does not share your interest, video games take the back seat. Obviously your mate comes first. If your "other" is reasonable, he or she should be willing to allow you some time for your games or consider joining you in them. A lot of us game for life and if they can't support your hobbies they, quite frankly, are not right for you. If this person that cannot support your hobby is far too important to pick over your hobby, obviously its time to give up gaming.

kingme713723d ago

I've found slipping a Tylenol PM into her dinner does wonders for extra gaming hours before bed :)