The positive and negative effects of daily gaming are small, and indicate that broader social issues are responsible for both.
ofcourse it isn't. Ive been gaming my entire life and i'm still a hard working lawabiding citizen
psh we all know you're criminal scum. Fox news said people who play video games are all terriorist in the making, so it must be true if fox said it.
Well doesn't this point out the obvious.
I still make sure my kids are infront of a book most of the day.
Hard or soft copy?
Paperback of course! Who can afford paying for those beautiful upper class hard copy books!?
It is if they don't gimme the controller when I demand it.
https://www.youtube.com/wat... 1:04 mark says it all!
Daily cod is bad for kids :D
"cod" being Call of Duty? If yes, then not only is "Daily cod... bad for kids..." It is not a kid's game to begin with. They shouldn't be playing it in the first place.
Well it doesn't help that its somewhat marketed at kids. I mean they have CoD shirts for kids...
Playing out in the front yard by yourself? Unacceptable. Playing out in the back yard by yourself? Unacceptable. Sitting in the front seat at age ten? Unacceptable. Trading Cards made out of paper? In my school? NO! Worse than skateboarding in school. ^^^Growing up today in a nutshell.
its hard to say what is good and what is bad for kids. i mean is watching tv? is reading books? its not really the side activities. its the way they grow up. are they studying enough? or they physically socialising enough? are they out playing sports or physical activities? parents need to shape their kids in the right way so that in the future they have a good platform to live their life. someone who is at home all day would probably not have great social skills.
Yes it is, look at all the self entitled people demanding ND make the new maps free for TLoU clearly gaming has rotted these kids.
Believe me when I say video games are NOT the only place where this younger generation feels entitled.
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