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I am a 30 year old programmer, and I feel like becoming more and more a "program" myself.
When talking with friends or families, except for a certain group of friends with whom it's always fun and games, I don't ask much and I don't tell much.
So, when I'm being asked things, I just use short answers and if they want to know more, they have to ask more, like in the example here
Person: Did you see the soccer game yesterday?
Me: Um, nope
Person: Why? What were you doing?
Me: Playing games, as usual
Person: What games?
Me: Game 1, game 2 and game 3
Person: Yes, as usual indeed...
So, the main problem here is, I don't know when I began to act like this, but I just don't tell anything unless being precisely asked to, like an SQL query, and that behavior makes me more and more socially awkward, and annoying for my family as well.
When it is questions about my job, it is like in this question, but what is worse, my job is just boring lines of code and I have nothing exciting to tell them.
How can I revert back to a more social behavior?
Note - I am mostly asked questions by my aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and nieces as my parents already know how annoying it is to try to start a conversation with me, as our talks lead to absolutely nowhere
Edit from comments and answers - My bad, my soccer game example is not a very good one as I enjoy soccer (like I would have prefered if they told me their highlights of the game instead of asking me what I was doing instead), but I just have my video games at a higher priority in my hobbies - plus, I didn't switch on my TV for a long time (over 10 years?)
Edit for more clarification - No one asked for this (hey, I can do it when I'm writing) but as a context, most of them tend to investigate on my private life as I am now the only single person among my cousins (and still am) - In case you wanna know, my everyday life is waking up, preparing for work, going to work, at work, picking up my mother when she finishes work, going home, having dinner (sometimes asked questions during dinner), spending about ten minutes on social medias to know if my pals are preparing some weekend plans, playing games, and go to sleep... And if my friends have some plans, either my parents don't need me at home and I'm able to attend the plan, or I stay at home, hanging out with my parents and playing games
Another note - I live in a developing country, I am part of an association who wants to promote esports in the country, and I am a leader of a certain community who plays a certain game that I enjoy playing at