Gamers are individuals who drain others of their vital energy.
This type of person can be found in all avenues of society. They fill no useful purpose in our lives, and are neither love objects nor true friends. Yet we feel responsible to the gamer without knowing why.
The traditional way to banish a demon or elemental is to recognize it for what it is, and exorcise it. Recognition of these modern-day demons and their methods is the only antidote for their devastating hold over you.
The gamer is allowed to exist because he cleverly chooses conscientious, responsible people for his victims—people with great dedication to their moral obligations.
The very fact that the gamer chooses to victimize a happy person shows that he is lacking all the things his victim has; he will do everything he can to stir up trouble and disharmony between his victim and those people he holds dear.
Therefore, be wary of anyone who seems to have no real friends and no apparent interest in life (except you). He will usually tell you he is very selective in his choice of friends, or doesn’t make friends easily because of the high standards he sets for his companions. (To acquire and keep friends, one must be willing to give of himself— something of which the gamer is incapable.) But he will hasten to add that you fulfil every requirement and are truly an outstanding exception among men—you are one of the very few worthy of his friendship.
There are times, however, when the gamer will not release his hold so easily, and will do everything possible to torment you. They have plenty of time for this because, when once rejected, they will neglect all else (what little else they have, that is) to devote their every waking moment to planning the revenge to which they feel they are entitled. For this reason, it is best to avoid a relationship with this kind of person in the first place.
Don’t waste your time with people who will ultimately destroy you, but concentrate instead on those who will appreciate your responsibility to them, and, likewise, feel responsible to you.