My name is Hayim and I’m going to tell you how I quit video games without even trying.

Like many other guys, my teenage years were filled with too many video games, porn and shitty habits. I would spend countless hours in the basement with my Playstation 2 from the moment I got out of school until bedtime when my mother would coerce me out of the basement.

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GTA Online recently added a casino for their players, exposing millions of players (and kids) to gambling. In this article we detail the problems this causes and why simulated gambling should be under greater scrutiny of gambling laws.

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Facebook controls what you see, what you buy, what you feel, and what you enjoy. There’s a lot of money in data, and Facebook is doing their utmost to profit as much as possible.

It’s no wonder, then, that more and more people (including you) are wondering how to delete your Facebook account. Here is our step-by-step guide on how to delete your Facebook account, including the difference between deleting and deactivating.

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Dark Patterns: a user interface that has been carefully crafted to trick users into doing things, such as buying insurance with their purchase or signing up for recurring bills. You’ve probably encountered loads of types of dark patterns during your time on the internet, you just didn’t realise it. Most likely because they’re designed to […]

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In the past, my typical day would involve me waking up really late, playing video games all day, and then going to sleep really late.

I’d miss school, work, and whatever responsibilities I had in order to play.

However, now my day is completely different. This is my story.

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Video games have been around for over 50 years. They are meant to be simple fun and entertainment. But today’s modern games have changed.

Join us as we investigate modern game design and whether or not video games are designed to be addictive:

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For me, games provided a sense of achievement and a means of escape from the reality of my life. I wasn’t happy with my life at all and instead of dealing with the problems head-on, I escaped to video games to drown my sorrows.

About 6 years ago, I started realising that I had a problem. Up to that point, I was so miserable and felt like with all that I had suffered through, the world owed me something. However, I decided that I didn’t like the direction my life was going in and knew that I needed to do something about it.

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