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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Lying and Deceit in the Cyber World

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This is a guest blog written by Alex, a participant in my cyber recovery groups, and the subject of several pages of my book (159-163). In the piece that follows, Alex gets to the heart of his problem. Alex will also be posting tomorrow. At about ten years of age, I reached a tipping point… Read more

Cyber Addiction: It’s in Your Genes

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Not everyone who plays video games, texts, or surfs the Net becomes addicted. That’s most certainly true. Our brains as well as genetics seem to explain why. Some people are simply at higher risk of developing an addiction.  Looking at my family tree, I have no doubt that I was born with an elevated risk… Read more

Your Brain in the Cyberworld

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I lost a job because I consistently showed up late. Gaming into the wee hours cut into my sleep, so I never could get up on time. When I first stopped gaming, I continued short-changing my sleep by marathon online chatting sessions with people all over the world. I hated myself for this irresponsible behavior,… Read more

Parents Beware: Responsibility and Accountability Online

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I am a cyber junkie, or should I say addict?  Certain types of real-time strategy video games—like Age of Empires and Command and Conquer—appealed to me to such an extent that I used to play for several hours and feel that only 20 minutes had elapsed.  I have had 50-hour binges, and used to play… Read more

From Binge to Bottom

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On several occasions, usually in the summer or during vacations, I binged for something on the order of 50 hours on computer games. During these periods, which required chiropractor visits for at least a few weeks afterward, I would fall asleep in the computer chair, take a few naps, take care of biological needs, and… Read more