Understanding The Roles We Play in Games

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#203: When playing a game, are our chosen roles and play styles representative of who we really are? We reflect on some of our gaming choices and how they resemble (or don’t) what’s going on in our lives. Plus, a new segment!

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00:00:00 – Understanding The Roles We Play in Games

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I’ve kept reflecting on what I said on this episode and I definitely think that I need to pick one role to play, and stick to it. And if I decide to do certain things, I need support because I can’t possibly do everything on my own. It’s exhausting and not sustainable. I could really benefit from some real-life LFG and find people I can work with, otherwise, I’m never going to get things done.