A Windy Life
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A Windy Life

Gaming | Mental Health | Suicide Prevention

How Smartphone (Video) Games Fed My Depression & Suicide Attempt

Why are gaming companies allowed to benefit from addictions and gambling-disguised-as-video-games without clear warnings and oversight?

Photo by SCREEN POST on Unsplash

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Stories of life. Stories for life. A constantly changing life. | Depression. Suicide prevention. Mental health. Taboos. Tech in Our Lives.

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Dwade Kearns

Dwade Kearns

A #depression brought me to a suicide attempt. I fight taboos on Medium while working on my books. | #SuicidePrevention #WritingCommunity | #PenName

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