Divorce And Video Games, Connecting The Disconnect
I am not much of a video game player. I enjoy a game of Wii Bowling every two or three months but for the most part I leave the games alone. Some people love their computer games, they spend hours and hours with games that take them away from their real lives. There in fact is the problem, real life including marriage is getting lost between reality and the fantasy of video games.
I guess anything that takes your attention away from home and family can't be that good for the relationship. The gaming industry disagrees, in fact their stance is this. The reason for the need for gaming is the unhappy relationship. So what do you believe? Is video gaming destroying the fabric of family relationship? Or is the relationship so bad the need to escape into a fantasy world is just a by product?