Violent Mind Games A need for parent intervention

Violent video games are training children to release thier emotions in an aggressive way.

Real emotions are aroused through violent video games

Child's hands holding a remote controller...

yet in a virtual world they hold a gun.

Parents would not allow children to play with guns in real life, so why are they allowing them to do so in a virtual realm?

Credits:

Created with images by InspiredImages - "video games xbox one" • Lance Neilson - "Mr. Crabby" • kaicho20 - "controller playstation hand" • Get Gaming Now - "Call of Duty Black Ops 2 wallpaper 8" • woodleywonderworks - "boys with guns" • superanton - "video games joy-stick games" • commorancy - "Halo 3: Master Chief's Guns" • permanently scatterbrained - ""Freeze, capitalist swine!""

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