Video games are not essentially the problem but more so how often they are

Video games are not essentially the problem but more

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games should also be used as a reward and only after homework and chores are finished. Video games are not essentially the problem, but more so how often they are played. By restricting the amount of time allowed on video games and by using it as a reward, children are given a basis ofrequirements for when they are able to play video games.
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