posted on Nov, 6 2008 @ 08:03 AM
reply to post by PammyK
i have two honors students. The oldest is the top player on the varsity tennis team, the youngest is 10 years old, but is the top player in his age
group in the region (and is about the biggest 10 year old you could ever imagine). Both a very well adjusted, recieve high marks for citizenship in
school, and are loved by just about everybody that knows them.
It isn't the games. it is the direction the child recieves. "Without supervision" is correct. Someone who can help them differentiate between
the game world, and the real world. Someone to can reel them in when they take too much line.
We are almost done with Saints Row 2, and have been through every version of GTA that has been released (as well as Saints Row 1, COD 3 and 4, Ghost
Recon(s), Halo 1-2, so on and so forth). Just like music, it isn't the media that causes issues, it is the childs psychology and rearing.