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How to Navigate the World of Video Games and Social Media – Duncan Hunter and Cade Hastings

Jan 20, 2019 | Podcast | 0 comments

We live in an electronic, interconnected world where video games and social media reign supreme. It can be tricky to navigate this world without getting lost in it. Video Game addiction is becoming more prevalent. Parents are sending their kids for treatment and some couples…

We live in an electronic, interconnected world where video games and social media reign supreme. It can be tricky to navigate this world without getting lost in it. Video Game addiction is becoming more prevalent. Parents are sending their kids for treatment and some couples are even getting divorced over it.

Today on Educate For Life, Kevin is joined by Duncan Hunter and Cade Hastings to talk about this subject from a teen/young adult perspective. Both Duncan and Kade have years of experience playing popular games like World of Warcraft and Fortnite.

Tune in for an interesting perspective on video game addiction and social media from two people who have lived it first hand.

This episode first aired on Dec 2, 2018.

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