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7-27-2009 @ 5:08PM
"video game addiction is almost always a byproduct of some other form of addiction"- It's true. It's also more likely that even if a person is helped of one particular addiction, if the help doesn't extend beyond and during they're 'rehabilitation' that he/she is most likely to replace it with another one. If he or she can't find a suitable replacement, they'll work their way back. So the help would actually have to be extended beyond the game. Maybe networking these people together or something could help find other things to do in the Earth. A Life-grind.
7-27-2009 @ 5:09PM
7-27-2009 @ 5:23PM
"...Maybe networking these people together..."Guess they could form their own guilds. at least there would always be someone online to group with :)* i know, i'm gonna go to hell....*
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