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Violent Video Games Are Driving Teens Crazy
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 26125917:MV8yMDgxMDIwXzM1MDQxMzUzX0ZDRTg5NUNB] It's always typical to blame externals as being the cause of something. That's always been the case...people looking for some sort of scapegoat instead of laying blame directly at the feet of those responsible. Music gets blamed. Movies get blamed. TV shows get blamed. Guns get blamed. Video games get blamed. So on and so forth. [/quote]
I worked in the High School System from 2003 through 2009. Violent video games have a major impact on mental health. Everything was fine before these games came on the scene.
(I'm on a Kindle so can't type too good). Who are writing these games and marketing them to young males?
My male students spent hours on these games and they rot the brain. These games are all about shooting and killing blood and guts. They are getting more and more lifelike and are altering brain chemestry especially in young males. These video games are causing kids to loose it.
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