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“Does My Child Have a Video Game Addiction?”

As a supplier of gaming PC’s we feel that parents when they purchase computers for their children should understand some of the potential problems.

Of course computer games are addictive, but managed properly by the family they still should be a source of fun rather than stress.

Click Here to see an artical from www.empoweringparents.com There are some excellent tips and advise, which if followed will make the who daming experience so much easier and enjyable for all.

Just a snippet from the article below…

“As a parent of a child who plays video games, computer games, or games on handheld devices like cell phones, it’s important to take a look at your child’s overall functioning at home, at school, in their social circle and their mental or psychological functioning. First, let’s take a moment to consider some positives about video games: Some games are educational, some promote physical activity, and when played with others games can help children develop the skills of sharing and cooperation. Video games can also foster resilience and they can even help to strengthen children’s problem-solving skills and patience in challenging situations.”

For advice on what sort of PC to purchase for your child contact the experts at http://pc-tec.co.uk/