Apr

25

 This article tells a story of the positive consequences of banning video games in the household.

It rings true to me.

They're addictive, and any skill that a kid might pick up can't be generalized to much of anything else. A lot of unpleasantness occurs daily when you tell your kid that it's time to stop playing–and so putting "limits" on their time is not a great solution.

Of course the games can be of practical use to a parent if he wants to de-activate his child for some period of time, but maybe they will turn to books if the games are out of their lives.

Agree, disagree, or is this too obvious to even discuss?


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