There’s nothing that mother would not do for her child. In fact, one mom from the Philippines took things to a whole new level by hand feeding her son who is addicted to video games.
Thirteen-year-old Carlito Garcia is addicted to an online battle royale PC game called “Rules of Survival.” Lilybeth Marvel Garcia says she is so worried that her son won’t eat during one of his marathon gaming binges that she is forced to deliver food to him at the cafe in Nueva Ecija, Philippines.
The disturbing moment was filmed and quickly went viral after it was posted on social media. The clip showed Lilybeth feeding Carlito as the boy doesn’t even take his eyes off the screen or hands off the keyboard to feed himself. She seems deeply concerned for Carlito as she says she is worried he may not eat until the following day.
According to Lilybeth, Carlito’s troublesome obsession with the game started two years ago when he began spending late nights at an internet cafe. His habit has since spiraled out of control, leading him to skip school and sit alone “like a zombie,” playing the game non-stop for days at a time.
He failed all of his subjects on the first grading period of school. I talked to him, and he promised that he would do better next grading. By the time of the second grading period, he was not attending his classes anymore.
The original video on Facebook has since been deleted because there were a lot of hateful comments directed to her son. Lilybeth then posted a message to say that the video was “just for laughs,” and it should have not been taken seriously.
Fears over their addictive qualities were increased when the World Health Organization classified “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition last year.
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