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Submitted by Lone_Man 724d ago | video

Video Games vs. Depression

Can games help tackle depression? Danny explores the link between video games and dealing with mental health issues. (Casual games, Industry)

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pain777pas  +   724d ago
This was well done and very interesting for a number of reasons...........(looking in the mirror)
AIndoria  +   724d ago
Yes, and no. It had helped me through A LOT of tough times, yet at the same time there were times where I simply kept switching games or doing nothing at all, quitting after half a math, swapping discs....yeah, Games don't always help but when they do, they do it really well.
FreakdoutKid  +   724d ago
games help me alot
GABRIEL1030  +   724d ago
Not only for depression. I was sick for 4 bad years and the games kept my mind busy and far from bad and negative thoughts, really I appreciate the games :)
jon1234  +   723d ago
games are good, i love them and they help alot... but some people who use them to escape, lose their sense of reality and live their life in games, which can be worse :(
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easternbalboa  +   723d ago
That's exactly why I play games

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