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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How to get my 12 y/old son interested in reading & school rather than playing online & video games?

He loves to play PS2 games, online games such as Runescape & Tankmania. Recently he found Club Penquin which is a site for the younger kids. He struggled in school this past year because he would lie to me about his Homework being done so he could play his games. He is a bright young man. He has difficulty staying on task because of his ADHD, which he take medication for that sometimes causes him to be a bit tense. He tends to be explosive when he doesn’t get his way. He will let others do his work for him if he can.

Answer by Jamin
It’s tough at that age but if you want him to learn how to work you are going to have to put up with tantrums for a bit. Help him now because it’s just going to get harder with age and he will have to learn sometime. He needs some sort of limit, he may not think so but at 12 years he still needs guidance from his parents.

I would start with some sort of daily time limit, with rewards for good behavior. (Like two hours of games plus an hour if homework is finished). Don’t make it too low at the start start or he’ll think you’re cutting him off and he’d probably find some other place to play games where you can’t stop him. If it doesn’t work adapt until you find what does, but if you don’t try to set some limits now he won’t know how to control himself later in life when he is supposed to be on his own.

He will object but he needs to learn that whining won’t help him get what he wants in life, work will. The sooner he learns that the happier he will be.

When I was younger when my time on games was limited I started looking for other things to do and spending my time on better things like reading or school.

If you want further help I suggest looking into the Parenting with Love & Logic books. They have age specific books that would be more applicable for you.

Answer by hot lips
Take them away and give him books

Answer by Ms. Kim
Do your research and find books that interest him. Books that are related to the games he plays might work. Any reading is good reading, it opens the mind. As for school work, have him do is work in the dining room where u can see him. No computer/games until you are someone has checked over his homework. If he gets sumthing wrong have him do it over. After you’ve done this long enough hell know to take is time with the work rather than rush through it. An hour of studying everyday wont hurt either. Try parental control on the computer and PS2 the have them while hes at school set passwords on them. When ur done checking his homework YOU type the passwords in. IF he figures them out change them again and again.

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I have been psychic since childhood, tracing my abilities back several generations, through my mother and grandmother on my mom’s Irish side,and to at least my grandmother on my dad’s Polish side. We all get our gifts from God, and no other place.

The first time I really remember using my abilities was when I was about 10- we were lost on a trip to visit relatives who had bought a new house and farm in a different state. I was able to navigate our way to the relative’s house, and once there knew where everything was, even down to the silverware drawer! Deja vu, indeed!