I can say this right off the bat. You are in the best place you will ever find to learn about poker. And you are young, you are brand new to the game, and there are some great people here who can teach you from bottom to top
If you set times of day or night to play, it will help you more than you may think. I think this goes for all players, you come to the table fresh and you are going to play your best.After 2 or 3 hours you are going to feel a little tired.and it could get you out of focus. so why not take a little break for an hour. There Is a lot of ways and things you can use to point out problems you are having.
Tilt was my first name 3 years ago. I even hated the game but kept going back for some more and got the same results. All I could think about was the loses. So you could say I stayed on tilt all the time, And those problems became my world and I had no idea what to do. But I was going to do something. I had to or keep being the ATM mechine. So 3 years ago I joined here and started putting questions out there and hoping I could find a magic key or something that would get my whole attention and I would be ok. Well it didn't happen like that. I found out quick that it was going to take a lot of work. The very first thing I wanted to work on was my tilt problems I kid you not, it took me 6 months to get all that crap out of my head. And the way I did that was by asking for advice, and using it, and believing it would work if you tried it. When you start feeling good because your game is getting better, the tilt will just be something you have to fix now and then. So last you want to know when to quit and do something else. Seems to me that wins go with wins and loses go with loses. So if you are doing real good at a table and all of a sudden things start going down hill, that's when you stop. Sorry so long and way off the subject at times. GL to you