More people are becoming addicted to video games. They become addicted because they want the “high” of feeling like they have really accomplished something when they complete a level, or for any other reason. It’s as if they think they have to complete each level and complete it well, in order to get “real” job. The reality is that there are not enough hours in the day to do all the things that they set out to do, simply by looking at the clock. There are few jobs that can be done without being interrupted, and those that are cannot be done at all.
Therefore, we can only spend so much time doing tasks. It seems like everybody is out there playing video games at all times of the day, but the problem is that they are only playing because they feel they need to keep from getting too lazy to get anything done. It is a very dangerous thing to do when you are working on your computer. The very reason you have a computer is to get a job done, and you should be able to look at your computer and tell that you have been at it for quite some time.
At the end of the day, it all comes down to this: It’s easy to get addicted to video games. You don’t even have to do anything that would interfere with your daily life. It’s almost as if you are playing them to pass the time. While it might help you in some way, you shouldn’t make the mistake of letting them affect your every waking moment. If you find yourself needing a break from them, think about what kind of person you are and how much time you really have to spend on your computer.
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