I wouldn't mind if she played WoW in moderation, even if it it were excessive moderation. As she is currently though it's like she's dead already. The only time I see her is when she's going to the toilet, getting food from the kitchen or going to bed. Otherwise she's basically a very expensive, very ineffecient heater taking up our back room. Harsh, I know, but it's not like she talks to any of us, she doesn't clean up after herself, doesn't prepare any meals and she is a drain on the household - home doesn't feel safe and relaxing anymore.Mainly though, she doesn't look happy. I haven't seen her smile in the last month, I truely believe that she only plays because in comparison everything else seems boring. I honestly believe gaming addiction is as strong and dangerous as any drug addiction. I went through a minor phase of it myself in high school. Hell, I know tons of people addicted to WoW. One of my mates was addicted to meth and started playing WoW during his comedowns. Now he's a meth fiend that never leaves his house. I haven't see him in half a year. Just last week another close friend of mine was dumped by her BF because he'd rather play WoW than spend time with her. Another mate at Uni failed everything one year at Uni because he played WoW instead of going to class. His GF of three years broke up with him late last year too. wowdetox.com is peppered with thousands of cases which sound identical to drug abuse.I dunno, I don't feel I can leave her because it's destroying her and my father, and I keep reading things on that site about how people finally do quit, and after a month they feel so much better. I don't want to abandon her when I know she would have never given up on me.