If your child is spending most of his or her free time playing video games and it’s causing a slack in homework, poor grades, or negative behaviors when he/she can’t get online, those may be signs of serious pathological patterns of video game addiction.
On Aug. 19, from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at the Temecula Conference Center located at 41000 Main Street, the City of Temecula, in partnership with Novell & Novell Counseling, will be hosting its final class in an educational series that addresses the struggles and challenges young people are facing with gaming and social media.
If someone you know may be at risk of developing a gaming problem, you may want to attend this free seminar. To register, go online to www.cityoftemecula.org and use the activity number #2420.203. For more information, contact 951-693-3902 or Yvette.Martinez@cityoftemecula.org. --Contributed content