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9 Valuable Life Lessons We Learned From Gaming

Confront your problems

Confront your problems

Silent Hill 2 protagonist James spends the majority of the game denying that he murdered his wife, and the town of Silent Hill feeds on his guilt and grief.

Tackling the situation full on isn't always the easiest solution, but it's more effective than denying its existence and letting it slowly consume you.

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