Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Poppycock on Addiction to Gaming!

To show that these are not an anomaly, there is a piece in the Christian Science Monitor under their Modern Parenthood section about the recent study regarding ADHD and autistic children are more likely to become addicted to gaming. One parent, Lisa Suhay, said poppycock and wrote her experience with games and her children to CSM.Truthfully, it's a refreshing read to see a parent that is active in their child's media habits. Someone who doesn't immediately judge a game until they take the time to research and play the product. Who would have thought a parent being responsible was even possible!

Sarcasm aside, it's good to see alternate points of view when it comes to these researches.

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