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How to give up football — an article on the Smart Living Network
May 5 at 2:48 PMComments: 0 Faves: 0

How to give up football

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The best time to leave football is at the end of the season, after all the cup games and the European Championships, or the World Cup. Then avoid transfer news and football news in general.
"Too late, the season has already started." I hear you say

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Hold that thought. So it's two weeks in the season. How much time have you dedicated to the game? Did you enjoy having weekends off during the summer? OK. He started with withdrawal symptoms, but they passed and went on with the rest of his life. Perhaps the London Olympics helped pave the way.

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We cannot turn back the clock; so stop as early in the season as possible. The longer you wait, the greater the challenge. Hearing the results will weaken your resolve; avoid them. When the desire to watch or listen to game progress is strong, focus on the main reason you want to quit football. Don't listen to the post-match analysis. It may be a good idea to change the newspaper you read if it is particularly soccer .

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There's no way to get away from friends arguing about soccer, so listen patiently without comment. Never adopt an attitude of superior judgment, or try to convert them to your new way of thinking. Expect them to tease you and accept it with good humor.

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When asked why you have chosen to leave football, please provide an honest explanation. You will find that few will not understand your reasons, regardless of what they are. Over time, many will admire and even envy your posture.

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Take up a hobby, especially one you've always wanted but never had time for. Start an exercise program or play a sport. The feeling of self-satisfaction will be far greater than any satisfaction from watching others play a sport.

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Calculate how much money you are saving now and treat yourself and the family accordingly. The price of a season ticket could pay for the holidays.

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Make use of the Internet to find out what help is available. Chances are, you will find like-minded people with whom you can have an exchange of encouragement. By encouraging others and sharing experiences, you will not feel alone. Also use it as an outlet for any frustration you may feel.

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Some may just want to reduce the amount of football they watch. In this case, the above suggestions can still be applied to a lesser degree. But in any case talk to your family. Find out how they feel about the amount of time you give football. Listen to your concerns; Sincerely try to see things from your point of view.

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Ultimately, it all comes down to what is fair, reasonable and balanced.

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