Gotcha! Its not what you think it is! This is not about those super addictive video games. Try visualising the following scenario:

--> A separate avatar of a small crying child appeared in the virtual room. Participants were asked to say generic compassionate phrases to the child, to try to comfort and console it. The adults were told to ask the child avatar to think of a time when it was happy, and to picture someone loving it.

Then the roles were reversed. The adult participants were embodied in the virtual child and watched the adult avatar say compassionate, comforting things to them. <--

The study results upon following up with the participants next month shown were truly promising as they themselves have described how their experience had changed their response to real-life situations in which they would previously have been self-critical.

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