Topics: Game, Recreation and Sports, Health Pages: 2 (364 words) Published: January 9, 2013
Mrs LiLY
Some teenagers spend a lot of time playing computer games and this can cause both social and health problems for them. What are some of the problems caused by playing computer games?

In modern society, it is very common playing computer games. Even though computer games are common in our life, they have not only good effects, but also bad effects, especially to teenagers., even though parents know that teenagers play computer games too much, they do not know that why teenagers are widely excited at computer games, and what the social bad effects of computer games are. There are two main causes that teenagers play computer games too much. In addition, playing computer games too much, has two main effects. The first reason that teenagers play computer games too much is very simple, because computer games are very fun. Computer games’ aims focus on to relieve stress. Therefore, computer games are very splendid violent content. Despite those benefits, playing these games also bring negative effects. It requires much of the player's time, leaving school activities and home works unattended.The community, local government officials, and especially the parents have the great role in molding the teenagers to be a better individual. ‘ Playing computer games is has become a trend among teenagers, especially on-line games. There are plenty of children who join several computer games in order to make some friends or spend their spare time. However, in my opinion, I do not agree the children should continue play this kind of game since it is waste of time. However, in today's society people present each other computer and other techniques. That means that it is spreading quickly almost daily. Also there are good and intellectual games which helps children to be quicker, careful and cleverer in some cases. In general people should know when and where to draw a line!! , there are many other things to do which could replace the...
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