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He throws things,he cusses, he's kicked 3 doors off their hinges,he kicked my radiator and cracked the pipe and hes put his hands through my tall mirror and my pets are terrified of him too! I been replying this same thing because I want to make sure every parent who think gaming is bad really takes in and reads what I have to say about it because it is important they weigh the pros and cons out in the world and be happy their kids are gaming and not out doing drugs!

I don't know what to do as threats dont do anything or even taking proactive action it makes things worse hes also got Cystic Fibrosis which doesn't help as its depressing to know your likely to die before 20 years. FYI I talked to my pediatrician only cause I wanted his advice see what he thought his response was there is so many kids out there that are not allowed to have video games so they go out to find something else to do and what these kids find are DRUGS!

He said he has seen kids who game stay out of drugs and those who don’t get into drugs and this I know because I see it everyday, and think how thankful my kid is a gamer addicted to games instead of drugs, hey she eats she does her chores she may argue about it but any kid would playing games or not, they would argue about doing chores, I really hope parents take the time and really read this and think about what I say here before replying take it in and I think you may find that gaming is better then most crap that’s out there today.

My daughter who is 12 started gaming at 3 with me, I did that because I wanted her to work her brain not sit and just watch tv, which is PASSIVE.

Kids, however, might display what looks to be addictive behavior when they're only super engaged in creating something or getting to the next level in a game.

But if you have real concerns about your kid's behavior and notice mood changes, falling grades, mounting bills, or a lack of human interaction, you may want to talk with your pediatrician about the possibility of game addiction or the idea that another issue, such as depression, might be causing these problems.

He has been using electronics since he was 4 yrs which includes cellular phones, nintendo, x box, playstation and now PC.

I am allowing a lot of his free time to play a game called OVERWATCH. He has obtained a Grandmaster level but he is so emotionally involve with the game that it seems to create his happiness and suddenly his anger and depression.. This is team playing and many time there are players that get : boosted" with money to higher levels where they dont belong.

I've experience all sorts of punishment, so I don't care anymore of the consequences. I've even told my parents ways to curb this, which is making my brother and I work for our game times.

(Note: My parents aren't really strict on hours of play.

I always find myself never wanting to do homework because I'm always thinking about my favorite games. If it's a paper copy, I will rarely, if not, never do it.

I want to stop this, but I don't have the self discipline.

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