"What do I do about my son and his obsession with becoming a Fortnite streamer?"

Video games are a common source of contention between parents and their kids. Kent answers the following question coming from a concerned and frustrated parent about her son and the extremely popular, Fortnite:

"My son will not stop playing a game called Fortnite. He’s convinced that he can be a professional “video game streamer.” He’s always asking for money to buy more computer parts because he “NEEDS” them in order to have more viewers on his stream. He makes it seem like we’re the ones to blame because he doesn’t have a good enough computer or internet. I am getting sick of it. What do I do?”

Blog #16: "What do I do about my son and his obsession with becoming a Fortnite streamer?"

 
“What do I do about my son and his obsession with becoming a Fortnite streamer?”

“What do I do about my son and his obsession with becoming a Fortnite streamer?” For more info, please visit www.TeenTherapyCenter.com Check out our blog on teens and video games by visiting this link — http://www.TeenTherapyCenter.com/Teen-Therapy-Blog/58-How-Much-Video-Game-Time-Is-Too-Much Video games are a common source of contention between parents and their kids. Kent answers the following question coming from a concerned and frustrated parent about her son and extremely popular, Fortnite: "My son will not stop playing a game called Fortnite. He’s convinced that he can be a professional “video game streamer.” He’s always asking for money to buy more computer parts because he “NEEDS” them in order to have more viewers on his stream. He makes it seem like we’re the ones to blame because he doesn’t have a good enough computer or internet. I am getting sick of it. What do I do?" #Parenting #ParentingTeens #ParentingKids #WorkingParents #SingleParents #ParentHumor #Fortnite #FortniteGame #ScreenTime

Posted by Teen Therapy Center on Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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