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Published: Tuesday, May 31 2011 12:01 p.m. MDT

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DeltaFoxtrot
West Valley, UT

@My2Cents: It's nice to know what generation you are a part of.

My wife and I are both gamers. It's what we do to unwind. Sometimes together, sometimes separately.

You can't blame technology for people's inability to work out their problems.

Increasing divorce rates are simply our society evolving. People are used to instant gratification, and if they aren't getting what they want out of a relationship they would rather just end it and move on than spend years trying to sort it out.

three11stu
Saratoga Springs, UT

@My2Cents:
So by your logic, if somebody owns a computer, then you should stay away and not date them, because they are probably addicted to pornography. Same goes with the television. If they own a fridge, they are probably obese because they are addicted to food. Is that right?

suzanna014
los angeles, CA

If this has happened to anyone, I am doing a class assignment about this topic and would really appreciate it if you could answer a few questions on your thoughts about this happening to you. Only myself and my instructor will be reading the assignment.
MapleDon? or anyone else?
Please email me at suzanna014@yahoo.com

suzanna014
los angeles, CA

Hi Everyone!

My name is Suzanna an If you yourself or you know anyone that has had this happen to them, could please email me at suzanna014@yahoo.com, I just have a few questions for you I am doing a class assignment on this topic, so only myself and my instructor will be reading it!

Thanks in advance!
Hi Everyone!

My name is Suzanna and a recent study has been done that 15% of divorces come from video game addiction. If you yourself or you know anyone that has had this happen to them, could please email me at suzanna014@yahoo.com, I just have a few questions for you I am doing a class assignment on this topic, so only myself and my instructor will be reading it!

Thanks in advance!
mapledan?

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