Battlefield 1 & Gaming Anger Management (BF1 Multiplayer Gameplay) by Bdobbinsftw

 

Halo 3 Lone wolves was probably the time I was angriest and try-hardiest haha. Stuck at 44 and kept going down to 43, 42, 43, 44, 43… etc. Prayed for 1st place and kept losing. Got angry every time I placed 4-6. Realized that a clear mind and controlled determination works better than uncontrollable blind rage determination. So I stopped praying lol and realized more factors were at play than originally anticipated. And then I started to win again because I was able to grasp more complicated ideas and own the stress.

Halo 3 Lone Wolves. I was tryna go from 44 to 45 to reach brigadier and then work my way to general. I kept trying to win but every time I would win, I’d lose the next two games. I prayed and prayed for 1st place. And got angry every time I placed 4-6. Eventually, I stopped praying because I realized it did nothing other than act as a placebo. I focused and thought harder until I learned to channel that anger into efficiency.

Halo 3 Lone Wolves. I was tryna get my rank from 44 to 45. That was probably one of my funnier learning experiences. I learned that prayer does literally nothing other than act as a placebo. I learned to be calm and controlled instead of angry. LOL I used to think that if I prayed harder than everyone else, that God would grant me a victory for having stronger faith.

Halo 3 lone wolves. Got so angry whenever I got anything other than 1st. I even used to think praying for a victory actually did something. Gaming taught me to think critically and I became an Agnostic Atheist.

Halo 3 Lone Wolves. Tryna make it to 50 was frustrating AF lol

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