computer games: pros and cons

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Alfred » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:09 am

Hello everybody. Everyone has different opinions as for computer games and their influence on us. But personally I suppose that not all games are bad. Something can be useful for you from these games. There are now a number of computer games, fortunately, not all of them are equally dangerous. Conditionally they can be divided into role-playing and not role-playing. Determining which category is the game, you can appreciate how dangerous they are. They can become dangerous if we stop control this process!

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby DavidSt » Thu Oct 26, 2017 11:21 pm

I don't really like to play computer games. I can play only those games where I should think, and those games, where thereare violance, well, I'm against them.I think that such games can't bring any use, but it can harm us and our health. First of all it can ham our sight. I don't think that computer games can be really useful.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Adam31 » Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:07 pm

To tell you the truth, I am totally against the computer games, especially those, which are cruel, where you should kill the other player or something else. Of course, there are many games, which help you to learn something, but than there is another problem - you damage your vision. So I wouldn't recommend you to let your child to play computer games at least till he'll be twelve years.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Edgar » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:23 am

If to be honest, I don't think that computer games can couse a good effect on our children. First of all computer games damage their sight. Also it damages not only physically but also mentally. Computer games cause more troubles even than internet. I think we shouldn't allow our children to watch TV, and if we let, then we should control the games which they watch.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby George86 » Wed Jan 10, 2018 12:06 pm

To tell the truth I am against computer games in such small age, to my mind all these computer games for children were created just for parents who want to spend much time without their chileren. It is not right because at all after playing computer games all time your baby will feel alone and insularity is coming here. I think that if you are a good father you should not allow all these gadgets for your baby in such a small period. I mean young period. It would be really available to do it after twelve years for example. Really computers is like evil.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Dorian » Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:25 pm

Most children love video games. While video games can teach certain skills or be educational, many children spend too many hours with a controller in their hand. Video games have been linked to childhood obesity and cognitive problems. You don’t have to cut video games out of your child’s life completely, but setting boundaries and helping your child find other activities can limit the amount of time they play video games. Outline specific rules. Clear, established rules are important for changing your child’s behavior. By letting your child know exactly what you want, they know what is expected from them and there are no grey areas. You should also establish clear consequences for any rule breaking. Sit down with your child and talk about the new rules.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Mr.Albert » Tue Feb 13, 2018 9:48 pm

I think when my future child shows interest in playing computer games, I won't forbid him doing this. For me, computer games are both good and bad. Firstly, most of such games may contain some useful information. They develop the child's logic and reaction. Finally, even computer games about various wars can teach a child some historic facts. However, too much playing computer games can spoil the child's eyesight. It can also influence badly on his physical health. Children who spend too much time playing computer games can gain loose weight. Finally, some games can influence badly on kid's mental development. I think I would not forbid my future son or daughter play computer games, but I will certainly limit it in some way.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Orlando » Sun Mar 11, 2018 10:57 am

of course some computer games may help your child to develop the imagination and everything like that .
and i think that you understand that b you know at the same time i do not think that it shall be at the expense of the real life and i think that you also understand it very good, it is your life and you shall live in the real life, for the children it is really very hard to stop sometimes and if you do not want your child to suffer from anything then i think that you shall control it and pay lots of attention to it. that is what I think about it.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Ford » Wed Mar 14, 2018 11:56 am

I also would like to say that all children is special and unique! And everyone likes to spend their time in front of the screen of the computer. And we as parents as usual permit them to play in any games, and even don't pay attention to in what game he or she plays. We permit our children to play in computer games. But we don't even guess that it can have bad, very bad influence on our children. But in the other case, it depends from the type of game, some of them can develop children's logic or something like this or another kind of computer games can only destroyed their physic.

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Re: computer games: pros and cons

Postby Herbert » Wed May 09, 2018 6:11 am

We are often told with very strange and contradictory things: that, for example, "happiness" resides in a new purchase, in moving up the career ladder, in "success," in service, in self-sacrifice, in packets of money, in no-show, in a "worthy" social position, in modesty and contentment with the small, in walks on your own yacht on your own uninhabited island, in a partner handsome or beautiful (completely to us catering, in addition), in coffee in bed in the mornings, and in any other, other and other EXTERNAL and enchanting, or vice versa quiet and modest.

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