An MMO is pretty good for that. You meet lots of people and have some fun conversations, dungeons require lots of planning and strategy, there are usually many professions to take on such as crafting, fishing etc. Its like getting lost in a different world, where your only problems are getting better gear and making powerful allies.
There is usually such an abundance of tasks and quests to do, areas and dungeons to explore and people to meet, I doubt you'd have much time to dwell on whats bothering you. --- 3DS: 4339-3574-6803 FF XIV: Setsuna Alkaid -Server: Adamantoise PSN(PS3&PSV)/Gamertag(360): WingZeroKai
#12maybecallsPosted 9/17/2013 7:54:28 AM
Actually, I prefer to watch loads of films when I'm worried about something. I'm a bit like Howard Hughes in that, although I keep my clothes on.
#13greenyoshi46Posted 9/17/2013 8:07:03 AM
Touhou! --- (English is not my first language, Swedish is. So respect typos)