I've been reading hltv forums for past few days and all I want to say is that you have an unhealthy connection with cs. Seriously, focus on real life and yourself, your mental well-being with certain teams or players isn't normal. I genuinely worry about some of you
telling people they're not normal while also telling them how they should live their life is not a great way of showing concern. Pretty arrogant and probably the worst way of showing any kind of compassion. How about approaching it like a person with empathy.
Say what? "your mental well-being" "isn't normal" and what are you to say what's normal and what isn't? Why do you get to decide?
"Always be a first rate version of yourself and not a second rate version of someone else." - Judy Garland.
I don't decide anything, if someone says generally accepted medical truth then it's not about me you or him. Either you fall under the description of a person being negatively affected by some meaningless stuff or not.
This post has nothing to do with gambling. This post has to do with people playing too much CS. Think about the people on this site that are grinding to try and break into the pro scene. I think its pretty poor form to tell people they're not normal for playing too much CS when you look at the sacrifices pros have had to make to break into the scene.
-goes on a *csgo message board* where there are updates for professional scene and fantasy games where people can use their knowledge of teams
-also complains that people are taking interest in cs during covid era in said forums