I think one of my biggest flaws is that I want to feel included in things.
I know what you're thinking, "well, duh! We all do!" But I don't think this is something that a lot of people see and one that impacts me personally. The problem is that I start trying to force inclusiveness. I think, "Wow! This thing seems cool, I think I want to do that!" and then I realize that the only people I know who are also interested are scattered across the U.S. and not anywhere near me.
The newest one is board games. I've bought at least 5 board/card games in the last couple of years that are incredible games. I've opened and played them about 3 times... not 3 times a piece, just 3 times total. I try to get people interested, but no one around here cares.
I also really, really love playing D&D twice a week online with friends. There's no other game like it in the world and each game is an amazing experience mostly due to the people I'm playing with and my DMs. I've been desperately wanting to play with people around here and have found interest from a few, but no one can tell me that they want to actually start playing. This is after I bought books and dice and other things to get ready to possibly DM my own campaign. I've even started figuring out my campaign. The most I've been able to do is play with the wife and kids. While that is really fun and they seem to enjoy it for the most part, I really want a normal adult game of D&D locally.
Anyway. I put this here because this is the most hidden social media places nowadays. Just wanted to get it off my chest.