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    Just saw how old this post is. Hope you worked it out!

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    Unless he is planning on being a gamer as a career, I think you should seriously have a chat about his use of time. Also explain the health risks of playing consoles too much. It's your house and your roof and he needs to abide by your rules. This might mean he has to earn xbox time by doing chores, showing you homework completed etc. this is what my parents did with my brother who was so addicted he only showed once a week! Now he still plays but he has a full time job, girlfriend and goes out with his mates too!


 

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