Hello. once again, I'm making some large post where I complain about me, my situation, and my life in general. If you don't give a crap what I say, that's nice, but if you really don't give a crap, you won't say anything. Anyway, back to my badly formatted complaint about myself. Age 15, sophomore, in College Algebra, Marketing, English, and Physics. All but the College Algebra are really easy. Problem that interferes with doing good in school is: I'm addicted to video games. Or, more specifically, I'm addicted to "leaving reality", as I call it. Reading Fiction novels, Videogames especially, movies , and discussing situations completely unrelated to anything that might directly concern me anywhere in the near future.(Not TV, I hate TV.) Probably comes from trying to avoid family issues earlier in life, so I'm not sure what to do now. It's definately heavily impacting my grades, making me get Cs in rediculously easy(But not with little work!) classes. I've tried to "leave reality" to work, but anything that actually requires thought, especially mathematically, seems to just push me away. I think "I should get up and do the work", but then I try to move my body towards it and I resist myself, and then I hit huge pockets of procrastination factors, resulting in what I call the "Oh my god I'm a lazy ass" factor. Having ADD and no medicine for it might be a part of the problem, but I'm no expert in that(or anything for that matter). I think that that'd throw off note-taking, but that's something else. Kind of annoying when you have an english essay due in 2 days, and you've not started it. I've only been passing classes on extremely good test grades, but now that I've not been doing math homework, as my math classes get harder, I make more of these, as I call them, "TINY ASS STUPID MISTAKES THAT THROW THE PROBLEM OFF!!!". Example: I multiply 8 by 60. Unfortunately, 8 times 6 is not 42, so 8 times 60 is NOT 420, thus resulting in a C instead of a B(by 2 points!) on my last math test. I'm guessing that it's because I'm not practicing math before taking tests, but I'm pushed away from working by my laziness factor. So I've got to force myself to work, but the invisible laziness barrier pushes me back to playing video games and being on the internet. Though I feel I'm being rather vauge on asking this, and I feel that I most likely didn't give enough information on exactly what I'm dealing with, what should I do?