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2 or more players
Enhances relationships, encourages personal growth
Recommended for ages 14+ but can be used with mature 10 year olds+
You and your clients will enjoy this thought provoking game that builds personal connections and engaging conversation. Players answer questions and share updates to hold each other accountable in their progress of meeting goals. We love this game for therapists to work with a client in treatment planning and goal setting.
What does courage mean to you? Who is courageous?
How do you feel when you see others succeed?
Who do you admire? Why? Have you told them?
Think of an excellent piece of advice you have received. Who gave it to you and did it help you?
Additional Product Info
Ages 14 through Adult
Grades 9 through 12
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts Not for children 3 years or under
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June 7 2017
I made this game, and it looked sad and lonely with zero reviews so far here at the site ;)
The game has two main aspects, the first is in essence a "gamified mastermind/accountability group", where players hold each other accountable to real world commitments after the game. A couple examples of this are writing a letter of thanks, or giving a flower to a stranger.
The second aspect is the cards bring up meaningful topics for sharing and discussion between players. This helps players explore ideas and share while they learn from each other. It also is satisfying for players to "feel heard" and supported.
We've sold thousands of these games, and have had overwhelmingly positive feedback. I've also personally made many good friends by playing this game with people in my city.
I hope it's ok for the creator to review here, I couldn't resist as there were no reviews yet. If it's not ok, feel free to remove it. Thank you, and hope you all enjoy the game :)
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Great way to open up and start talking instead of bottling it in.
February 1 2018
This was highly recommended for my teen with High Anxiety and depression. Great way to open up and start talking instead of bottling it in.
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by Russell Smith
July 21 2017
I played this game several times and each time was unique. I made a lot of new friends through this game. It's good to break the ice between strangers and get to know people better. I'd say it would be excellent for team building too, or any situation where you want to develop relationships or 'open up' more. It's fun too! Definitely recommended.
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Love this game
by Briddick Webb
July 18 2017
I love this game. It's a really creative and fun way to instill new habits, create goals and have fun with friends.