Cam Adair, founder of "Game Quitters," says finding alternate activities is key for people hoping to stop playing video games.
For hours each day, Brooke would use her phone, and Josh and Chris would play video games.
Since arriving at her treatment facility, Brooke is allowed some cell phone use to test her limits while visiting family.
"I didn't really notice that video games were destroying me mentally," Josh said of his video game use.
Brooke returns to her treatment center, where she was treated for mental health issues and excessive phone use.
Josh attends a wilderness program away from technology, and Chris agrees to give up video games for 90 days.
Chris would miss family gatherings. Brooke's risky behavior escalated from a young age, and Josh skipped school.
Maria said her husband Chris was so obsessed with playing video games that he would miss out on some family events.
Kevin Roberts, who works with teenagers who have learning challenges, said parents should not use technology as babysitters.
Addiction expert Nicholas Kardaras offers his advice for how parents can recognize the warning signs of digital obsession.