Video games have been around for quite some time now. It has become a source of entertainment for many kids and kids at heart. These video games have become a sort of escape from the harsh realities of this world, which is why it is no wonder that a lot of people spend lots of their time on these video games. There have been varying and often contradicting studies about video games and how they affect our mental health. Of course, like with anything, there is a positive study, and there is a negative study. Each study relays to our facts and details that support their claims.
During this pandemic, people are now anxious to go out because of the fear of getting the virus. We really don’t know how it is passed on from one person to another, so better be safe than sorry. And if errands are not that necessary, people are advised to stay at home and keep healthy so they won’t be adding to the increased cases of COVID-19. Personally, I am among those people who need to stay-at-home and do avoid going out if possible. This is because I am immune-compromised and it’s not good for me to go out in times like this.
We live in a world of technology. Every day, something new comes out and changes the technology game. Our computers have come a long way since the abacus, and we have made significant strides towards the future.