Pati Patni aur PlayStation-Should a gaming device causing serious fights be allowed to be used in a relationship?

This is a young couple, in their early 20s and they are both passionate gamers. So much so that they compete hard against each other and it often leads to serious fights. When someone asks them to stop gaming they think it's unnecessary advice and resent anyone telling them to give up something they love. They say it bonds them but when it is so serious it is wise for them to continue playing and take a risk for their relationship?
 

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Archana Mohan
June 7, 2017

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  1. Hey..this very thing happens in poker too. When a couple plays together! They fight…I think this is not about a game though. I think there is an ego tussel between them. I actually get it! The need to play something that is so exciting and yet causes the two to fight. One way could be if they see the fight lingers into other areas…thier chill time. Work time…etc. If yes, then they should perhaps reconsider…*p*

  2. If it's just being competitive in games be it..that's perfectly fyn..it's just a phase I feel n there is no need to stop this thing as it results into fighting..as with passage of tym they will do develop understanding n one out of both will let the other partner win..I personally believe this…*p*

  3. Like every other person on this earth, they'll also get over the things which they are obsessed about in their early 20's by the time they reach their late 20's. Let them play until there are no new levels to be completed. Maybe the games are the only thing which they bond over right now. *p**p**p*Live, Love and Respawn. *p*

  4. I personally feel it won't be an issue. They will get over this and get drawn to something else. Or better still, they will have children and make him or her compete with everyone else! My point here is, competitive spirit is great as well as healthy as long as they are NOT competing with each other in terms of their salary, looks, success etc. Competing as gamers is perfectly fine!*p*

  5. My view is that one of the two partners looses interest after a while in the game. The competitive spirit is fed and then one partners loved the game and the other hates it.*p**p*that would drive a pretty deep wedge in any relationship*p*

  6. My view is that one of the two partners looses interest after a while in the game. The competitive spirit is fed and then one partners loved the game and the other hated it.*p**p*that would drive a pretty deep wedge in any relation*p*

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