I'm insulted, and not for the reason you might think.
First off, I can agree with most of your points, but you're not specifying your audience. Not everyone who is a gamer has that problem. In fact, very few do. At least, this is what I've noticed from myself and my gamer friends. We never reject "real life", nor think that video games are anything beyond games. What kind of person would? They're just another form of entertainment. Do people freak out when they realize that they spend a large amount of time reading? No. It's entertainment. Books are full of stories, characters, and events that we love. We might find ourselves wishing that those adventures never end, or that we could do the same things as the heroes and villains. But the vast majority of us know that this simply cannot be. The exact same thing applies for video games.
Now let me tell you why I'm personally insulted. You assume that simply being alone makes you miserable and that no one enjoys it. You have claimed that in order to properly "enjoy life", you either have to game with lots of people, or not at all. A lot of people think along similar lines. But this is false; terribly so. A number of people, including myself (hence the personal insult), are not social people. Introverts, people with Schizoid Personality Disorder, and other likes them simply do not feel comfortable, at rest, or happy when in social instances. That's why we think our lives are great by reading, playing video games, or other solitary activities. We still have friends, and we don't destroy our lives.
What I'm trying to say is, you need to say what audience you are preaching to. Your message, while admirable, is just too biased, one-sided, and insulting to some. You really need to say that this is for those who were addicted. I've achieved enlightenment on something as well, so I can understand your fervency, should it exist. But mine was on perspectives. Everyone will view something differently. Everyone will not believe everyone else or accept them if they try to make them see their perspective. I know this sounds obvious, but that's because I can't exactly explain what I was enlightened on. That defeats the purpose of enlightenment.
I'm not rating you down just because I disagree and am upset about what you're preaching. Your animation was good, the sound quality superb, and you presented your information quite well.