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- A lifetime of human nature in one intriguing game
- What you need is Therapy! It's a thoroughly entertaining adult board game for 3-6 players which may completely change your views on human nature.
- Are you Pogonophobic? How stubborn would you say you are? What is the colour of a trumpets sound?
- Move through the six stages of life from infancy to Cosmos and gain insight into human psychology.
- When you have achieved mastery in all six stages you win the game.
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Achieve mastery of the six stages of life. Fill your couch with one of each of the six colour pegs representing the six stages of life, and then be first to reach or pass the Finish space
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The idea is to win a point from each of those areas, by answering psychology questions about each area. There are also 'group therapy' squares where other contestants try and guess how you rate yourself on a scale of 1 - 10 , such as how romantic you think you are, or how happy you are. There are also 'ink blob' questions. Both of these can also win you a point.
One word of warning though, this game does seem to provoke quite heated debates as people find out how their friends and family see them, although that is also half the fun. There are plenty of cards so you'll not run out of new questions for a while, and by the time you get back round to the front of the cards you'll have forgotten the answers anyway. No prior knowledge is required as lots of the questions are multiple choice or based on research studies. Armchair psychologists will be in their element.
If you are looking for a different boardgame that will last for years to come and provide lots of laughs this is the boardgame for you. Not many people have heard of this game either so you can introduce it to all your friends.