posted on May, 13 2014 @ 03:33 AM
Hmm. Well, I would suggest video games...not like solitare or something, but proper highly immersive roleplaying video games with great graphics and
such. you will be surprised how in depth you can get into the characters on screen, and by extension, live a virtual life as some young warrior or
Virtual worlds, like second life, is also a second chance at youth...design a good looking alterego and go dancing at clubs, chat up people and go on
dates, bump uglys, etc...when the body wants to simply sit down, that doesn't mean you can't let your mind go on great adventures.
When I was like 10 years old, I promised myself to always be interested in technological entertainment, specifically games and such...back then it was
because I simply enjoyed them, but it truly does keep a link to your inner child and lets you be whatever age you want.
And it feeds your brain. Gaming forces you to think, problem solve, etc..keeps you nice and sharp..add that with playing with others and you got a
great way to keep "in". Seriously...check in on it...(I recommend getting a screaming computer, but lots of people find consoles to be more their