Can conversations be a game?

Rachel Weisz

The thought of me playing a board game has always initially started with a disgusting feeling of dread. I can recall the feeling of my stomach dropping and my breath suddenly rapidly increasing. Don’t get me wrong with this – I actually love games. When I am actually playing I am so excited and don’t want to stop. I can never tell if my fear stems from my deep-down intense competitive personality, or if it is the fear of the unknown if it is something I have never played before. However, this game that I am analysing was especially interesting to me because I had no fear of playing it. Maybe it was because I was comfortable with the participant involved or maybe because this is a different kind of ‘game’ that I had never consider to be under the game category before.

The game I would like to share…

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