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The question that has been popping up everywhere is if video games can truly affect a childs personality People are beginning to question if kids recent attitude about life and the things in it is a result of video games Video games will always affect a child whether it is in a positive way or negative way Video games are becoming more and more popular in the lives of teenagers young children and many adults but who is it mainly affecting Many say it is the teenagers but those teens were once young children who played those video games but they were much less advanced so are these new games that children are playing going to affect them worse In the world today children tend to prioritize games over exercise and it should be the other way around When I was little I always wanted to be outdoors and I still do Today young children get too involved in video games and this could result in children losing an excessive amount of exercise I have seen this effect first hand I have three nephews that I babysit and when they are over all they want to do is play on my PS2 I am happy to say that although that is what they want to do they still will gladly go outside if asked to It seems as if kids these days are getting far too involved with their games causing them not to exercise enough daily and that is surely seems to be a cause of recent obesity in young children Parents should begin to set time limits for their childrens games this way the kid isnt directly being forced to go outside or do anything productive but it is is still a push to get them to do something else with their life In the long run this will have a positive outcome on your child Any decision you
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