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The Lilo-log #36: Gaming Disorders Are Official. Presented by Saljack Enterprises. Gaming. Animation. Media. Entertainment. Woman Owned.

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In this video, Lilo discusses Gaming Disorders Are Official! Our monthly competition #4 has started and will be ending on 01/11/2018. On 01/12/2018, one random lucky winner, selected by an independent party from all the months’ participants, will receive a $150 Amazon eGiftcard by email after confirmation. For more information and rules about this competition please visit: https://saljackenterprises.net/2017/12/18/lilo-saljacks-monthly-150-amazon-egiftcard-competition-4/

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12 thoughts on “The Lilo-log #36: Gaming Disorders Are Official

  1. Albeneth says:

    This topic about gaming disorder is enlightening. Parents have the biggest role to play to prevent their children from getting addicted on video games.

  2. kittyprydexmen says:

    I do not know why it took them a bloody long time to recognize this. I guess because nobody hardly notices it. Well we are on the same boat kinda.

  3. nightcrawlerxmen says:

    Come to think of it depression for a long time has been neglected until recently. I guess they do not have time for trivial things. At least we thought it is before.

  4. moondebi says:

    Gaming is an addiction, and there’s no denying of that. WHO officially recognizing this thing is a kind of of warning for them who cannot have a control on gaming activity. After all, anything in excess is going to have an impact on you.

  5. imkirsten12 says:

    Internet gaming is getting serious and now here comes the gaming disorder. I hope this is still manageable.

  6. olliivvee says:

    Is this serious? Well, every observant parent should have notices the signs of their child. I just hoped it does not level up to a more serious illness.

  7. Vannie says:

    Not a good way to cope with sadness because gamers will have a hard time getting out and playing straight is unhealthy. On the bright side, gamers meet new friends, people and the happiness the game brings forth is priceless. Just take note, too much of something is scary hell.

  8. micorobin says:

    I have seen a lot of these in my area although kids outgrow it at some point. Although I think this is like any addiction there is like hoarders etc but in games.

  9. lawvingit says:

    It’s so cool that your personality is consistent in all your videos haha. Nice job! Anyway, I agree with you on the internet addiction part. But I think social media addiction is more accurate. What do you think? 🙂

  10. miakayuuki2012 says:

    What do you mean not official? That is astonishing since gaming addiction is not really new. Although it is not that taken seriously unfortunately.

  11. Abby says:

    It is good that this blog is so flexible that it covers a lot of aspects of gaming. This is a serious issue. I remember a friend who had problems with her relationship because her boyfriend was addicted to video games.

  12. Era says:

    Oh gosh that’s really something. Well I mean even if they haven’t made it official, it was pretty known to some persons that it exists especially parents. Thanks Lilo for shedding some light into the topic!

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