2019-10-09

My thoughts on the NHS opening gaming addiction centers for teens

The NHS has announced plans recently to offer gaming addiction services to 13 to 21 year olds who might be addicted to games such as Fortnite, Call of Duty and Candy Crush. I was asked to be on Sky News to discuss this but I was dropped as I could not make it to London
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PRESS RELEASE – GAMING WITH CHILDREN CREATES STRONGER FAMILY BONDS

Most families will break out the board games during wet weekends or family get togethers. Young and old have bonded over The Game of Life, Scrabble or maybe even had a few fall outs over Monopoly. With technology now becoming part of our daily life, it was evident that table top games like Yhatzee and
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Fortnite – one year on

Early 2018 I was pulling my hair out as a parent and doubting myself on a daily basis. There was a monster living in the house with me, and I am not talking about Nathan, I am talking about Fortnite, the game that took over my son’s life.  It is now one year on, and
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Fortnite – The Game That Changed my Son

It was December 2017 when my son, Nathan, started playing Fortnite. I was fed up of the sitting room being hogged by video games on the Xbox that for his Christmas I redecorated his bedroom and moved the console into his room. I was recovering from being in hospital and having the sofa and TV
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