Hey guys, I am in need of a bit of advice. This issue has been bothering me and has evened worsened my depression. On November 22, 2014, my daughter was born. It has been a life changer. I am 21 years old with 1 semester left of college. Having a child has changed all of my life plans in one way or another. My gaming has gone from a few hours a day to less than an hour a week. I have been gaming since I got my PlayStation 1. Gaming has been a big part of my life. Over 5 years ago while I was in high school, I got H1N1, Swine Flu. After it cleared up I fell into depression. I have been fighting it since. Gaming has been a source of comfort. I vent my feelings into my games. It makes me feel better. And going from gaming a lot to not at all, it's as if I am having withdrawals. I recently purchased a gaming PC, only a few months ago, bought a monitor, Razer gear (see signature) and now my Seiren is in the mail and a new Sabertooth since I lost mine and have had it only for a month. I have all this stuff and no time to play. I have put so much money into gaming that I cannot use. My question is to those parents that play games and have a full time job. How often do you get to play? Is it worth me keeping all these things that just remind me of what I cannot do. It breaks my heart but I feel as though I should sell my PC and also my PS4 due to lack of time to play. I hope you guys understand where I am coming from and can give me positive feedback. I know on Facebook and other social media sites, people will post things such as, "You need to grow up and stop being a baby" or, "Maybe you shouldn't have had a kid at that age then". I just want positive feedback. I hope this community can show me that.