Kevin J. Roberts

My name is Kevin J. Roberts, and I've made it my focus to transform lives for the better. Whether it's through ADHD or academic support, cyber addiction coaching, public speaking engagements and seminars, or my numerous books and articles, I help my clients unlock their inherent potential to change the world.

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Category: Cyber Addiction

Portal to Proposal: Marriage through the Cyber World

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This blog post was written by Alex Puzey, recovering cyber addict and frequent contributor.  Alex, whose life used to play out only online, wonders if the real world is starting to go cyber. The tendency for human life to play out through the cyber world is only intensifying. Social networking via Facebook, Twitter, and blogging… Read more

Confessions of a Cyber Addict

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The following post is from Sara (not her real name). She is an eighteen-year-old woman who is looking forward to going away to college. Unfortunately, her cyber past still seems to be haunting her. She has struggled with some emotional and family issues, and was even put into a treatment center. Her very open email… Read more

Violence in Video Games, again

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The author of this blog is recovering gamer, Alex Puzey, who is a consistent contributor to this site. Concerned about recent violence that seems to be tied to video games, I combed through copious articles regarding the news from the Norway bombing. The killer claims to have been inspired by “Call of Duty.” And just… Read more

The Comeback Kid

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I went to the pre-season opening game for the Detroit Lions yesterday. I went because I was invited by my friend, Quinn Pitcock, who was signed by the Lions, but still has to prove himself to end up on the final roster. Quinn, a recovering video game addict, got in a fair amount of playing… Read more

Is Cyber Technology Changing our Brains?

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While sensational stories of sedentary video gamers dying of deep vein thrombosis regularly make news, the more widespread dangers from video games and the cyber world might well be found in the brain’s neural circuitry. Neuronal pruning is the process by which neural connections become broken, generally from lack of use. It is often a metaphor… Read more