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In a 2011 survey of celebrities whose focus was life issues and the costs of fame, privacy was the main focus that concerned the respondents. Actually now that we thought about it celebrities are seriously privileged people...

Nine out of ten surveyed said that their career and the fame that made them a celebrity cost them their personal privacy. After all they routinely receive what polite folks call 'gift bags' (we call them Swag Bags) just for showing up at events -- some of them are actually PAID to attend concerts or put in what they call 'personal appearances' at nightclubs and casinos.

Research specific to video games shows largely positive effects from high engagement. The American Medical Association recommends limited screentime because of the passive nature of watching TV, but ironically school is passive, like TV, and harmful to kids for all the same reasons that screen time is passive and harmful. I come across research all the time explaining why unlimited video game time makes for healthy kids in the same way that unlimited baseball practice does for a kid who loves baseball.

A kid stops naturally when he is exhausted from exerting effort.

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Being famous - not infamous mind you - is said to be a burden for most actors, singers, authors, and the like.

The nature of what they do and who they are may make them wealthy and popular with the natives but it seems that one of the first things in life that gets sacrificed is personal privacy.

I know, so I spend a lot of time reading about the effects of video games to understand the dilemma.

And the first thing I’ll tell you is that research based on “screen time” which includes television, concludes that it’s detrimental to kids in large doses. When a kid is zoned out in front of a TV, there is no problem-solving or strategizing. A kid who is completely absorbed in a video game and can’t hear a word his mom says is actually exhibiting the behavior psychologists like Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi call flow —which is the highest form of learning because it’s such engaged attention toward mastery of a skill that you don’t notice anything around you.

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