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"jack birkenstock" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"jack birkenstock" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Going to be talking about the therapeutic value of playing games some melissa. I am curious. What was your favorite game as a child. Okay you're even laugh at me. I know we play games as a kid. I i just don't have my future thinking self just doesn't remember a ton but our family has to go to games in general and they are aggravation which i feel like no one's ever heard of. It's something my husband introduced me to. It's kind of like sorry but with marbles. I know that game do you. Yeah i had never heard of it before. I met him but our family is obsessed with it so much. So that patrick built a modular aggravation board so that it doesn't matter how many people are playing there's never an empty like home set and then were also a huge fan of trained domino's nice. Well i was thinking what my favorite game one was as a child and we did play a fair number of games but my strongest memories of playing games are with my grandmother my nanna she loved play cards. It's really special memory. But every time we were together she would get out the cards and she taught us card games in my favorite card game was kings corners and that was just when i loved and i loved being with my grandmother and felt very connected to her through the fact that she was willing to give her time and attention to me while playing cards. Oh i love that well. This week's guest is a gaming expert. Extraordinaire and honestly when he reached out and told me kind of what his practice was all about. My imagination. just couldn't get around like how playing sorry together as a family could be therapeutic as he claimed it was going to be but he talks about so much more in the gaming world. I mean there's just you don't know what you don't know right until you reach out and talk to people who are experts in these things so our guest this week is jack birkenstock junior. He's a master's level therapists with over twenty four years in the human services field and he.

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"jack birkenstock" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

04:48 min | 3 months ago

"jack birkenstock" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Going to be talking about the therapeutic value of playing games some melissa. I am curious. What was your favorite game as a child. Okay you're even laugh at me. I know we play games as a kid. I i just don't have my future thinking self just doesn't remember a ton but our family has to go to games in general and they are aggravation which i feel like no one's ever heard of. It's something my husband introduced me to. It's kind of like sorry but with marbles. I know that game do you. Yeah i had never heard of it before. I met him but our family is obsessed with it so much. So that patrick built a modular aggravation board so that it doesn't matter how many people are playing there's never an empty like home set and then were also a huge fan of trained domino's nice. Well i was thinking what my favorite game one was as a child and we did play a fair number of games but my strongest memories of playing games are with my grandmother my nanna she loved play cards. It's really special memory. But every time we were together she would get out the cards and she taught us card games in my favorite card game was kings corners and that was just when i loved and i loved being with my grandmother and felt very connected to her through the fact that she was willing to give her time and attention to me while playing cards. I love that. Well this week's guest is a gaming expert extraordinaire and honestly when he reached out and told me kind of what his practice was all about. My imagination just couldn't get around like how playing sorry together as a family could be therapeutic as he claimed it was going to be but he talks about so much more in the gaming world. I mean there's just you don't know what you don't know right until you reach out and talk to people who are experts in these things so our guest this week is jack birkenstock junior. He's a master's level therapists with over twenty four years in the human services field and he.

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