I recently had the pleasure of sitting down with my good friend Locke Vincent to have a conversation around quitting video games and what does healthy gaming look like?
Locke is a friend who has managed to successfully play in moderation and I know you’ll enjoy the conversation:
One of the big takeaways for me from the conversation was about the importance of self-accountability. Only you know what your situation is and whether or not you can honestly play in moderation.
So it’s only up to you to make these decisions for yourself. I believe I could technically play in moderation now that my life has been sorted out but I still choose to continue not playing games because I have different priorities in my life.
Whereas Locke continues to play and has managed to balance it as a family man, but it comes down to his own accountability to do so.
The choice is always yours.
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