How Can I Overcome My Addiction To Clash of Clans?
Addiction to Clash of Clans is just as dangerous as smoking and drinking.

I recommend reading the entire response because it is quite lengthy, so please be patient.

Coc was installed since a friend of mine used to play it. It was installed by myself. It was fun to play. I've found all of my buddies that are on a higher level than me. I made the decision to outperform them all.

My buddies' clan was no longer good or active, therefore I left it. I joined a high-level clan. Played at all hours of the day and night, and became addicted to it like nothing else. Became a high-leveled player, joining and leaving a number of high-level clans in search of a better one.

My grades, on the other hand, began to drop. Before playing Coc, I used to get 1st to 3rd place.

As a result of my addiction, my rank dropped to 11 or 12. In the virtual world of Coc, he began to gain recognition, but he began to lose his 'Topper' status in the actual world. Then it dawned on me that my addiction was killing me.

I'd formed my own clan. All of my buddies have joined my clan. I met all of my Coc objectives and outperformed all of my Coc buddies. Now I'm attempting to eliminate Coc. Inform clanmates that I will be available only on weekends and that I will not be participating in wars. Things worked for a while, but when they started sucking in wars without me, I went back to playing it 24 hours a day, seven days a week. But, despite my failures, I was able to quit that Coc.

As a result, I made the decision to resign as the clan's head. I elevated a close buddy to the position of the clan leader. I said my goodbyes to all of my clanmates. I uninstalled that addictive thing without seeing any responses from clanmates. I warned my pals not to bring up Coc in front of me, and then I went ahead and did it. That addictive bit of shite was no longer a part of my life. My clan's new leader may or may not be doing well, but I'm no longer concerned about Coc.

So, to break free from Coc addiction, all you need is one thing: self-control to never reinstall it after removing it.

Best wishes to you, friend. I hope you succeed!!!