With the introduction of online games, children’s attention has become so divided that even their attitudes are becoming a bit uncontrollable. Some teenagers, as well as some college students, sometimes can’t tell reality from fantasy. I’ve been wondering if this could be why there may be bullies at school when they come to think they’re part of the game they’re playing online.
I have noticed children who like games so much that they slowly isolate themselves from others. Somehow they don’t even socialize. Their lives are increasingly focused on playing online games. There are even times when the only time they take a break is when they have to go to the bathroom. But unfortunately, back in the day, I’m not quite sure if you still remember, there was a kid who just couldn’t stop playing online games and wet his pants.
I wonder how parents are dealing with this behavior from a child. Is there a way that parents can let the child play online games for a limited time without the child feeling like she has to rebel against her parents for doing that? Should counseling be involved when the problem gets a little worse? Are there activities the family could do every weekend that will slowly but surely shift the child’s attention to better things than just playing online games every weekend?
As for the last part, I’m thinking right now what if the family plans on Friday night over dinner where they would like to go the next day and when the words “online games” come up, the parents would just convince เว็บแทงบอล kindly to the children that there is much to explore out there besides being trapped inside the room every weekend. The suggestion of each family member will be taken into account, deliberated and specified at that time. I suppose there might be some difficulties at the beginning, but it would be nice if the parents also show enthusiasm for the whole thing and not just show the child that there is something to be done with the online game.
I would also say that from the beginning, if there is a firm position on playing games online for a limited time, I think there will be no problems in the future with all kinds of games. I also think that if both parents are outdoor type people, I have a feeling the kids will be like them too.