Falling Prey To Online Fantasy Worlds

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For some people, online games can become an addictive world of fantasy. For others, it can be a world of isolation and addiction.

Farai Chideya talks with Liz Woolley, whose son, Shawn, suffered a deadly addiction to online fantasy worlds. She's the founder of Online Gamers Anonymous.

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