5 Therapist’s Tools for Talking With Your Kids About Violent Video Games

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  1. I do not like violent video games because they plant ideas into the minds of the players. While some people are mentally stable enough to separate fiction and real life, some are not that mentally stable. On the video games the shooter is not being punished for killing but they are scoring and moving up in the game. I think the video games are where a lot of our violence is coming from.

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