So I've been trading for a while. Having said that, the current bear markets are driving me to get some "deals". I think I bought some investments for a decent price. Having said that, I can't go back to forgetting about them. I, now, watch the market move up and down. When it spikes up or down - I'm torn. I acted on a big change - sold at a loss, then bought back high - sighs. How can I stop myself from looking?
Change your daily routine so that you do not look at the market. Since this is rather hard to do, at first you should just spend sometime everyday noting: where, when, and how you were looking at the market. After just watching yourself for a bit (a few weeks or more) then figure out what else you could do instead. This "else" will have to be as "enjoyable" as watching the market.