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How to Stop Playing Board Games Like There’s a Gun Pointing at Your Head

Emotional vs. unemotional family entertainment

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As a kid, growing up with sisters, board games were emotional. We yelled, cried, yelled again, hurt each other’s feelings, cheated, stole, lied, murdered. It was intense.




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