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    Managing Minecraft Obsession

    "One More Block!" Managing Your Child's Minecraft Obsession
    Additude Magazine
    Posted August 29, 2015

    Minecraft is addictive. Thatís a fact. And kids with ADHD seem to hyperfocus particularly hard on building the game's creative, pixelated worlds. Which is all fine and good, until itís time to stop ó and the tantrums and defiance begin. Here's your survival guide, parents.

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    Re: Managing Minecraft Obsession

    Now, I just need someone to research how to manage the "life is all about fun", the "have fun not responsibilities" obsession prevalent in nowadays 11 years old individuals.
    I can supply participants for the study

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