Posts Tagged ‘ On-Line Gamers Anonymous ’

Students battle video game addiction

Aug 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Awareness, Featured Articles, Features

“A year of my life is gone,” Mike said, describing how he has trouble remembering what happened outside the game world during 2007, when he played 25 to 30 hours just on weekends. “I know how, but I don’t really remember why I did those things. That’s what’s scary.



Interview with Liz Woolley of On-Line Gamers Anonymous

Aug 21st, 2009 | By | Category: Awareness, Features

Liz Woolley, Founder of On-Line Gamers Anonymous, communicated with The Underground Assistant Editor Jason McGill via email about online counseling, defining gaming addiction, and the risks to freshmen of online gaming addiction. Online Approach Jason McGill: Please discuss your experience with doing counseling online. What unexpected challenges have you met and overcome? Liz Woolley: When […]