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Videogames in some ways teach bad boundaries

„What drives me crazy about videogames is… people use hindsight to make ‚better‘ decisions,“ said Dr. Mick.
„Videogames in some ways teach bad boundaries. They teach people to triangulate themselves in issues and get involved in stuff they shouldn’t get involved in,“ he says, explaining the concept of triangulation as two individuals experiencing anxiety or emotional intensity bringing in a third party to disperse that tension. „The entire basis of a roleplaying game is that you get triangulated into everybody’s business. You would never do quest lines if you de-triangulated yourself all the time. I think it’s important to know that’s happening in videogames because that’s not really how you should operate in real life.“

zdroj: https://www.pcgamer.com/meet-the-actual-therapist-using-dragon-age-to-teach-relationship-skills/