As someone with any buddy and no social existence, I do not know where OSRS gold I would be without runescape. Not only is it a fantastic match with hundreds of thousands of hours of content, but I've met some truely excellent buddies on there. Somehow all my insecurities and worries disappear on RuneScape game. The folks I meet have at least one common interest; Gielenor's world. I will never forget how good I felt when one of my great friends went out of his way when he knew I was just a few mil off obtaining a poisonous staff and he seen me 7m since he knew I'd been working so hard for it. I knew none of my friends would do that for me..
A number of my runescape friends I would believe closer than my actual friends. Anyway, where I'm going with this post is that runescape makes me feel.... okay. Often times I feel my faith in humanity is restored by some of the beautiful folks on the internet. You never know who you'll meet and what stories they'll share. And that is why when I'm mining or smithing, training in ED3, or simply hanging around the grand market, I talk and listen to the other people enjoying with. Each has an intriguing life they lead, and I love making friends together.
I just joined back to RS3 after 6+ years of not enjoying it about two weeks ago (don't worry, I had been on osrs throughout this time!) But because I have been back I've joined a clan and they are some of the nicest folks I've ever met. Also someone that was friends with a few of the clan leaders decided to provide me about 650m because I had been talking to my friend about becoming 99 herblore and stating I would never have the cash for this.
Well I guess I do now:-RRB- faith in humanity has been restored and because I've been back RS3 it has made me feel like a child again, not knowing shit about RuneScape match, however relearning everything relating to it and just doing whatever I want, not always trying to do the very best thing I can for the many xp. And though there are a few toxic people here, (like every match ) I do not even care. Cus I've already been having Soo much fun that it doesn't matter.
I would just say that although it is good that you are able to get some solace in playing RuneScape sport, this can be an avoidance strategy so as to deal with some type of social stress. The problem isn't going away, you are hiding from it. You will need to at some point take the big step and get out there and mingle with all the people, whether you have to talk to a professional about this or just take the big jump yourself, you really need to jump back in the sea.