I think most of us would agree that gaming isn't pure good and innocence. Most of us (I assume) would reasonably agree that social awkwardness can promote gaming, and that extra gaming can then limit social growth, which further hurts the individual, which means they game more, etc. So it's more of a spiral, where both factors play a part, and either can be the instigator of the cycle.SteelStallion said:This is actually very true, I see this in my little brother. He's socially awkward and very shy, but he gets lost in his video games and it's making the situation worse since he's becoming more and more secluded as a result. It's adding to his issues.
I know you're all gamers, and I am too, but before you throw the idea down think it through because it does have merit.