Gamer Rage: Why Video Games Drive Kids Crazy and How To Handle It

Today’s episodes takes a deep dive into video game behavior. You’re not alone if your child or teen gets so involved in their game play that their behavior gets loud, obnoxious, and frustrates and annoys EVERYONE in the house.

If you’ve ever wondered why your child or teen gets so angry while playing video games, then this episode is for you.

In this episode, you’ll discover:

  • What Gamer Rage is (and if YOUR child qualifies for Gamer Rage)
  • What causes Gamer rage (the reasons might surprise you!)
  • How parents can eliminate Gamer Rage in their household.

This episode has A LOT of information in this episode, so I’ve created a guide that explains all of the strategies and tips that I talked about in this episode (including the Gamer Rage Thermometer discussed in the episode).

    Do you want to create a family tech plan that eliminates Gamer Rage and creates a healthy online/offline balance? Check out my online course for parents called Taming The Tech Monster. Click HERE for more information. 

    Download the FREE resource that goes along with this podcast episode:
    The Gamer Rage Guide
    Download the FREE resource that goes along with this podcast episode:
    The Tech Contracts Bundle: Parent-Child Contracts for the Smartphone, Gaming, and Social Media


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