One in eleven kids are addicted to gaming similar to drugs and alcohol, destroying their lives. To achieve success in the digital age, children must learn to manage their time and conflict with gaming. Time management in the digital age is difficult. The Real Battle is managing time, avoiding digital distractions, and focusing on God-given purpose. Topics include management of online gaming, social media, and cell phone texting. Boys and young men love video games and pornography. Males are designed to fight battles and seek love. When they are unable to discover purpose and love in real life, millions are turning to video games and online distractions. There is a growing number of underachieving men, and the Real Battle is stopping this horrendous phenomena. Success and health depends greatly on how the brain is nurtured and the experiences the child is exposed to. We provide the medical and scientific evidence for providing the ideal environment for children.

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Game Free Home

Time flies in the world of gaming. It is very difficult to grasp how many hours your child is actually gaming. You are busy with your life and all the distractions that come with a busy household. Keeping track of your child’s screen time is almost always underestimated. Many times you are on the computer as well and you really have no idea more...

Video Game Violence

Parents, know what is in the games your children play and follow the games’ rating on the box! 12 to 14 year olds are equally as likely to play Mature or Adult Only rated games as their 15-17 year old counterparts. 50% of boys name a game with an Mature or Adult Only rating as one of their current top three favorites, compared with 14% of girls. more...

The Battle for Their Minds

From birth to 18 years of age, children have a limited amount of time for development and mastery of skills. What your child does, the games your child play, and the thoughts they have will determine who and what they will be in the future. Using too much technology: video games, cell phones, and screen time more...

The Teenage Brain

Recent developments in brain scan research show that teens’ brains are not fully developed until age 25! The prefrontal cortex, develops last, and is important for reasoning and higher executive functions, i.e. areas that determine right and wrong and impulse control… “should I hit my little sister?”, “is God real?”, and “should I steal?” more...

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Melanie Hempe, RN, Dr. Andrew Doan, Julie Doan, RN
From left to right: Melanie Hempe, RN, Dr. Andrew Doan, and Julie Doan, RN