video game addiction

ASP029: Video Game Addiction with Cam Adair

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Video game addiction is a very real problem

Cam has solid advice for parents, college kids, and even people into their 50’s who are struggling with video game addiction.

video game addiction

Overview:

My guest this week is Cam Adair.  Cam is the founder of Game Quitters, the world’s largest support community for video game addiction, with members in 45 countries.

A talented hockey player, Cam’s life took a dramatic turn at the age of 11 when he began to experience intense bullying which led him to drop out of high school not once but twice. He never graduated, never went to college and struggled with depression for many years.

Now as a motivational speaker he travels around the world sharing his message on how we can harness the adversity we face as fuel for growth, connection and purpose. His story has been featured in two TEDx Talks and on major media outlets like FOX.

Watch Cam’s TEDx talk on Escaping Video Game Addiction

Today Cam shares weekly videos on YouTube where his work has been seen by over a half a million people, and in his spare time Cam enjoys traveling, DJing and surfing. Born in Canada, he currently lives in beautiful San Diego, California.

You can connect with Cam on TwitterInstagram and Snapchat.

Watch Cam’s 2nd TEDx Talk on “The surprising truth about rejection”

Resources:

Game Quitters
Personal website: camerondare.com

ADDICTION SUPPORT

Show Notes for this episode are at addictionsupportpodcast.com/episode29

Thank you for Listening!

Thank you so much for joining me this week. Have some thoughts you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below!

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Special thanks to Cam Adair for bringing this podcast together and joining me this week.  Until next time!

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