September 19, 2006 6:34pm CST
My child is hooked on to the PS2. but he does well in his studiesand does al his chores. Should there be a time limit.
• United States
30 Sep 06
my son is too and i have the same problem he is doing good in school and does a good job of cleaning up after himself too the thing i have a hard time doing is getting him to play outside with the other children and that is a problem for me i think the fresh air is good for him so i will make him put the game down and go outside for a while
• Dallas, Pennsylvania
24 Sep 06
My son was the same way and even though he did everything he was supposed to do and was still maintianing a high average in his grades I still decided that there needed to be a time limit. i think that it just depends on you and as long as nothing is wrong and nothing is being beglated I feell it is your call and what you are comfortable with. Good Luck!
22 Sep 06
The only need for a time limit is to ensure he gets some form of exercise and if you allow him out of the house on his own to play with his friends. However good his studies are don’t allow him to abandon ‘real life’ activities. As fun as video-games are a lot more fun can be had living after all.
19 Sep 06
I am a grown up woman and I to love my video games. When I have children they will be able to play, but they will also have a time limit. They will also be limited to the amount of TV they watch. The reason why I want to limit them to this stuff isn't because I think that video games or TV is bad for them. It's because I want them to spend time doing other things too, like reading, playing outside. I want them to be well rounded so to speak. I want my kids to know what it's like to play hide and seek at dusk, and all that other fun stuff.