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Teens and Video Games


Though teens value connectedness with people, they are also looking for a means of escape.  Sometimes that escape is found in violent video games.  When parents notice behavioral changes in their teen, it may be a warning that changes need to be made.  On this edition of Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston provides positive ways to set boundaries, invite discussion and teach teens discernment .

Author: Mark Gregston

Mark Gregston began working with teens more than 40 years ago as a youth minister and Young Life director. He has authored nearly two dozen books, has written hundreds of articles, and is host of the nationally-acclaimed Parenting Today’s Teens podcast and radio broadcast.