Ideal age to marry?

It is a very common and unopposed belief that gaming is just for the purpose of enjoyment and passing time, plus it is addictive in nature. But, to our surprise, as per the latest studies and analysis, it is supposed to be one of the most influential ways of bringing out the creativity of a child and to strengthen the mind-muscles. Online gaming particularly is on a peak right now and online PC games to play definitely has brought some undeniable benefits that improve your child.

 

Mentioned below are a few of the key benefits.

 

1. Stimulation:

 


A player’s mind evaluates the various aspects of the game and hence keeps sending multiple kinds of stimulators to the brain constantly. 

 

In order to keep your brain healthy, it is necessary that you keep it involved in activities. Gaming requires a lot of brain activity to synchronize the actions and thoughts. This, in turn, gives rise to stimulations in both audio and video form. These stimulations keep the mind active and functioning and enhance the child’s mind to interpret them faster than any other person. A player’s mind evaluates the various aspects of the game and hence keeps sending multiple kinds of stimulators to the brain constantly. Therefore, the brain of a person who plays online games has the capacity to convert and react to various stimulators faster and better than the ones who don’t. 

 

2. Innovation:

 

A gamers’ mind is more active and open to generate new and innovative ideas. As the games involve a lot of mindful activities to cross levels or to solve problems, new and innovative ideas keep pounding up into the minds of the players. The brain is more receptive to new tasks and challenges and also allows the child to realize his/her potential. This helps in broadening up the thinking capacity of the child and makes him/her step out of the box and try something on their own. Imagination is extremely necessary to be developed in a child’s mind to give shape to his/her thoughts. Unless these imaginations are given a path to flow, they remain restricted inside the mind. Thus, online gaming results in an innovative and creative mind.

 

3. Social Development:

 


Most of the online games these days have various chat rooms, multiplayer arenas etc. which helps the child in interacting and coordinating with new people.

 

Online gaming helps a child to improve their social circle. Most of the online games these days have various chat rooms, multiplayer arenas etc. which helps the child in interacting and coordinating with new people. This gives the child a platform to expand their social network and to build in some healthy and good relationships amongst people of the same age and different backgrounds. It does not just add to the flexibility and acceptance of people in a child’s mind, but even gives them exposure to a world which is beyond the four walls of their house.

 

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4. Technological Advancement:

 

The online games available on the websites are regularly updated to coincide with the changes in the technology. Therefore, if a child is into online gaming, he/she will be aware of the technological changes that are happening around and also help them to adapt to those changes and learn how to tackle with them. This prevents them from being technologically crippled which most of the children who aren’t active on the internet usually become. Online gaming keeps the children up to date with the advancements and even provides them with instructions and guidance to how to deal and work with such changes in the technology.

 

5. Convenient and Affordable:

 


Parents don’t have to worry about your child’s whereabouts because while playing on online games, your child remains right in front of your eyes and you can constantly keep a check on his/her actions without being bothered.

 

Online gaming is a very convenient source of gaming for children. You, as a parent don’t have to worry about your child’s whereabouts or get worried that he/she might get hurt or pick up a fight with someone or anything of that sort because while playing on online games, your child remains right in front of your eyes and you can constantly keep a check on his/her actions without being bothered. Another important fact is that online gaming is highly affordable. A computer or a laptop or phones etc. with internet connections are present almost in every household these days. Therefore, all that online gaming needs is a device with a browser and internet connection. This cuts down the unnecessary costs that might occur while buying your kid expensive toys and games.

 

There are many interesting for children; there are also lots of games for parents and online games couples can play at Manti Games.

 

6. Multitasking:

 

Good multitasking skills are a representation of healthy and efficiently working brain. While playing online games, the child concentrates on the strategy of the game, analyzes the solution, and uses the keys, joysticks or the mouse to perform the actions. All of these activities together require a lot of coordination and multitasking techniques which are gradually developed by the player. Other than this, the gamer also keeps a check on the various other features such as battery levels, lives remaining and multiple more things, all to be done simultaneously. Proper coordination amongst the visual, mental, and audio activities is necessary to play a game perfectly. Therefore, online gaming not just enhances the multitasking skills of a child, but also makes him/her better in understanding and developing coordination between activities.

 

7. Learning Source:

 


Numerous online games which are available for the children to play have a concept behind them. 

 

Numerous online games which are available for the children to play have a concept behind them. These concepts most of the times are very educative in nature and teaches the child many things. May it be skill games like diners, cooking, car racing, quizzes which enhance a certain skill of the child and makes him learn something new, or may it be story-based games which help in adding compassion and love towards certain characters which represent a particular thing or people. Online games have a lot to teach and they sometimes influence the gamers in life-changing manners.

 

8. Concentration and Attention:

 

As discussed above, online gaming requires multitasking and coordination. In order to perform all the tasks efficiently, the concentration and attention of the player should be completely inside the game. If not, the player won’t be able to win the game or master it. Hence, in order to be a pro at games, concentration and attention is the key. So, while playing online games, the child’s mind learns its ways to put in concentration and full attention which adds more to his/her achievements.

 

Conclusion: 

These are a few benefits of the online games which should help you decide that whether online gaming is good for your child or not. Excess of anything is harmful; therefore, playing online games under the limits can add loads of abilities and qualities to your child’s personality. 

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  • SadieeeSadieee Posts: 1,773 New bride

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

  • HanlawHanlaw Posts: 31
    Doris8 wrote (see post):

    When should we get married?

    I don’t think there is a set time everyone is different, to me it all depends on how you are as a couple and if you are financially independant/stable.

    I feel like me and my partner are quite a young couple to get married I am 23 and he is 25, by the time we actually get married we would be 25 and 27. When we got engaged we already own a house and are financially stable and we are independant from others, so no one was really surprised when we got engaged! 

    The other factor is if you’re BOTH ready to settle down, marriage is a life long commitment so I think both sides should never have any doubt about the marriage and the other person. Through a lot of wedding forums - I use this and weddingbee - I find alot of people are just getting married due to being pressured into it, which I find is a disaster waiting to happen!

  • Sadieee wrote (see post):

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

    You are amazing, and this is the best response to anything ever. 

  • SadieeeSadieee Posts: 1,773 New bride
    CoffeeDogAddict wrote (see post):
    Sadieee wrote (see post):

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

    You are amazing, and this is the best response to anything ever. 

    Thank you :D

  • KittyFiennesKittyFiennes Posts: 756 New bride
    Sadieee wrote (see post):

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

    Thank you for this!  Sometimes a ridiculous question deserves a ridiculous reply.  

  • SadieeeSadieee Posts: 1,773 New bride
    KittyFiennes wrote (see post):
    Sadieee wrote (see post):

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

    Thank you for this!  Sometimes a ridiculous question deserves a ridiculous reply.  

    You're welcome haha 

  • Hullass1972Hullass1972 Posts: 517 New bride
    Sadieee wrote (see post):

    When you are sure you haven't inherited magical prophecy powers that will disappear upon no longer being a maiden 

    Brilliant. Absolutely bloody brilliant!

  • Every situation is different.. however I am 29 engaged and will be 30 when we marry and that seems like the perfect age for us because we had a lot of growing to do first. Also we had a house and dog first and have been together for 12 years.. but I can't tell you the amount of people I see getting engaged because the other person has threatened to break up with them :-/

  • For first offenders (in the sense neither of us have been married before) me and the other half are pretty senior :D 

    I’m 38 and he’s 47. I’ve been engaged before (this is my fourth engagement ) but this time it feels different- like it really will happen (at least I hope it will!) 

    I was 17 when I first got engaged and I know I was far too young then- so naive in fact that I couldn’t see what was under my nose and that he was cheating on me! I dumped him when I finished my A-Levels as I couldn’t be bothered with the hassle while I was trying to study. It was easier to ignore him 

    I got engaged again when I was 21 I think. I loved him with all my heart and I always will but he loved the drink more. (i’ll leave it there) 

    Third time was when I was 24- absolute Mummy’s boy and he dumped me because mummy couldn’t cope with losing both her baby boys to nasty older women (I was only a year and half older) and told him to dump me! Meh- lucky escape. 

    To be honest I think having waited this long I feel more prepared. It’s not going to change much in our relationship I don’t think- we’ve been together for 12 years and lived together for 11.5 years so i doubt much will massively change! 

  • OmRumOmRum Posts: 216 New bride

    I've been to weddings of 19 year-olds and I've been to weddings of 80 year-olds. I've known couples who have been married after a few months of dating and are still happily together, and couples who have dated for decades but divorced only a few years after marriage. I've been to low budget weddings of young people at the beginnings of their careers and big budget weddings of older people who have spent years saving up. There is no ideal, just the hand you've been given.

  • I was 20 when I got engaged and will be 22 by the time I tie the knot, personally I don't think I'm too young and no one else in my friends or family think so, if anything they were just waiting for the proposal!

    I know it's cliché but when you know you know, I've found my soul mate and life partner so why wait for the inevitable? :)

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