What are your go-to movies and/or video games when you, for example, come home after a long day or after you have a fight with a loved one or when, even if you had a good day, you still feel overwhelmed by responsibilities and little chores?
Its a widely discussed topic that RPG's give us a chance to think about and refine our internal identities. Let's discuss how appearance and dignity are handled in RPGs and how RPGs could, in the future, help us come to terms and even compassionately appreciate with our less attractive traits.
New types of AI are being created that can renovate video games. These new AIs can help us discover more about ourselves, how we approach relationships, and could pioneer a new frontier into using games for therapy and developing the difficult skill of social resilience.
We already spend so much of our time watching movies, TV shows, and YouTube. If we are more mindful of what we watch and why we can better understand ourselves and, down the road, monitor and moderate our moods directly.
Why can we, sometimes, cry at movies more easily than for ourselves? How can we practice mindfulness to learn how movies help us practice self-compassion.
Small, mindful doses of escapism can dim some of our anxious exaggerations and cancel out the deafening white noise of the stress that accumulates around us as we pile on more and more responsibilities in our lives. It can momentarily wipe our minds of some of our unnecessary, buzzing worries and reset our focus.
How can we use movies and games to better ourselves? To live more balanced lives? Since we are already spending several hours a week watching and playing media, we should become more mindful and aware of our habits and of the benefits of mindfully consuming games and movies as therapeutic art.
How Do We Approach Violence in Games As Therapeutic? What one person gains or loses when they expose themselves to the taboo and frightening subject of violence depends entirely on how they approach the subject matter and how well they know themselves.
This topic has been a confusing debate since the creation of video games. Although games are violent because of pre-existing market trends, we still enjoy them. Why? What are we looking for and how can they help soothe our minds or challenge our skills?
Its widely accepted that games can help us practice mental resilience, but less-accepted is the idea that the emotional turmoil some games provide us can help us safely practice how to process disappointment, sorrow, loss, fear, and even trauma.