Ep. 15: Gaming & Food That Slaps
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With over 70% of kids under the age of 18 playing video games, gaming is a topic worth talking about for parents and anyone who works with teens. Chris and Karlie talk pros and cons of internet gaming, as well as current game trends you should know about. Be sure to listen to the end for Karlie’s killer food tip for winning over teens.
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In this episode, we mentioned the following resources:
- Newport Academy: The Latest Research on Teenage Video Addiction
- American Psychiatric Association: Internet Gaming
- Washington Post: My kids’ online gaming drove me crazy- until I joined them
- National Geographic: How video games can help kids socialize during this isolated time
- bark.us: How To Set Up Call Of Duty Parental Controls
- Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop, Colleyville, TX: Order a Peach Pie
- Karlie’s Brookie Recipe:
- Prepare a 9×13 pan…
- Add a thin layer of chocolate chip cookie dough (a 16 oz package of refrigerated dough or your favorite recipe).
- Add a layer of Oreo cookies (about 24 cookies).
- Add a layer of brownie mix (any box mix works, just make it according to the package).
- Cook at 350* for 40 minutes or until cooked through.
- spendwithpennies.com: Pulled Pork Recipe
- Luke Cabrera: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Chris has worked with teens from a variety of backgrounds for over a decade. He has a desire to help teenagers make good choices while also giving their families tools to communicate more effectively as choices are made.
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Karlie was in one of Teen Life’s original support groups and now is passionate about encouraging students to live better stories. She has gained experience working with teenagers through work, volunteer, and personal opportunities.