The Importance Of Games

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Since the beginning of self entertainment there have been games. Games are meant to help entertain people and let them have fun. But, there are some that believe that these fun games make many more problems than they solve. They believe that when people lose a game, that they become very sad and mad. They also believe that these games need major changes. This impacts all of the devoted sports players that know what it is like to want to win, lose, and then want to get stronger in order to prove themselves next time. And I am one of those devoted sports players, with amazing teammates, and have lost my fair share of games. But, throughout all of my loses they have always made me stronger. This is why I believe that all games should have a…show more content…
I’m sure everyone here has met someone that is either playing a sport, or used to play a sport. This would make sense because, according to www.livestrong.com, eleven years ago in 2007, there were 3.8 million people worldwide that played an organized sport. That is an insane amount of people knowing that, that number has risen drastically since then. Now, the way I think about this is that, if sports players were so susceptible to being criticized and beaten down by their losses, then why don’t we hear those people talking about those problems? I have a very simple answer to that question. Those players are not hurt or depressed by their losses, they are driven by them, and I would know this because I have seen it happen…show more content…
Games are meant to provide people with an outlet for their emotions and skills. But, there are some that believe that these outlets make many more problems than they solve. They believe that when people lose a game, that they become distraught and angry. They also believe that these outlets are not needed. This impacts all of the people that need these outlets to have second thoughts. Then, when they need to get stronger in order to prove themselves next time they can’t, because of the psychological wall that they have built. And I am one of those devoted sports players, with amazing teammates, and have lost my fair share of games. All I ask that you go and spread the word about what games really do for humanity, not only for me, bu8t for the sports players around the world that feel the

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