Simulation Games: spiritual psychiatry
Posted in the Christian Forum
#1 Jul 25, 2013
American teenagers are sometimes pressured to engage in relationships with each other in high school scenarios.
For this reason, some female high school students turn to intensive extra-curricular activities such as cheerleading and glee to spend time economically and avoid peer pressure issues.
Perhaps such student clubs could consider lifestyle simulation games such as "Paypal Carousel" (a game encouraging young women to entreat young men to pretend to be their escorts and avoid the peer pressure dialogue of relationship anxieties). These games of course mirror modern era consumerist video games such as "SimCity" (Maxis) which motivate players to cathartically simulate psychologically challenging situations to prepare themselves emotionally for real life hurdles.
Do these psyche considerations reveal the modern economic marketability of the lifestyle-simulation consciousness Hollywood (USA) movie "The Social Network" (2010)?
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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