tell me how you distract yourself from wanting to die!!
sleep. you can't want anything when you're asleep
Nothing interesting, gaming, watching some vids, and browsing crap are the only things I do, it's not so fun anymore
gaming and anime are usually the first to go. You quit being able to game as the effort isn ot worth the "reward" and then at most if you can even watch anime you don't actually enjoy it.
how does reading audio books go? I like reading and wondering if it is worth it.
I like to see the words tbh and go at my own pace. I like reaidng the phonetics in my head and stuff.. maybe for stories audio book would be good?
im dumbass what do I know
I listen to audiobooks sometimes while walking. I find that for lighter reading they're good, but for more serious literature/philosophy you want (or at least I want) to have a physical book. If your attention lapses for a moment you can lose the thread of a whole paragraph. In print that's fine, just go read over the part you didn't get again, but that doesn't work as well with an audiobook.
Listening to an audiobook of serious philosophy is a meme I tell you.
For stories without too much artistic merit beyond plot it makes a lot of sense to simply listen to them.
I just read a book in one go earlier and I did not really enjoy it at all but thank god I am a NEET as it was no waste of time as I would have surely wasted my time doing anything else.
I blame myself for not enjoying gaming, it's probably because I haven't tried some other games, when I do it's fun for a while
I usually can't watch anime for some reason, except for some movies, I think it's because some anime is a bit slow
gaming is really shit and once the magic is gone it is just gone.
Anime is usually shit and after watching anything good which can be done fairly quickly there is nothing worth watching but moe.
have you read manga? sadly it is very easy to read anything good in manga but will take a year.
I moved onto novels and it is working out.
I have only read manga once, I had fun, I forgot about it and I didn't want to reread everything just to remember where I left off