What is root an addiction? Is it genes? Is it habit? Is it one’s childhood? Is it a chemical imbalance? Is it bad luck? Is it a brain disease? Is it an access issue, where the vice is just too easy to access? Is it lack of willpower? This article covers the revolutionary new approach […]
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So thrilled to be on Dr. Alan Christianson’s “Reset Me with Dr. C”, discussing video games and adrenal fatigue (yes, there is a connection, particularly for the 35+ female crowd that plays a lot of the casual games like candy crush, diner dash, etc.). Listen here, just 16 minutes, on iTunes.
Growing up, I simultaneously loved and hated the holidays. I loved the holidays because it gave me more time to play video games and I got games as holiday gifts. I hated the holidays because of family obligations (family meals, family outings, etc.) when all I wanted to do was game. I would be physically […]
I’m on the radio with Heather Morgan discussing video game addiction. New Zealand Time: Wed Nov 4th at 11am – (Tue, Nov 3rd at 2pm PST). Listen Live here at that time: http://ksvy.com/ksvy15/docs/miniplayerpopup.html If you need an easy and free timezone conversion tool: go to www.worldtimebuddy.com Here’s from Heather’s Facebook page: I’m SO excited to […]
Parents want their kids engaged and interested in video games so that video games can be tools for behavior and time-management. The observations below come from multiple interactions with parents, adults who spend time with children, conversations with patients who have game-addicted children, and reflections on my personal history with my parents and my former […]
How would you know you’re (or someone you care about) plays too many hours of video games? Are you a problem gamer? Do you know someone that is? Where would your life be in the next 6-12 months if you gamed less? How would your personal and […]