The Confessions Game by The School of life
There was a time where you would have gone to Church to say with shame and fear what you did that didn't fit in the interpretation of the God's Book; it was then called sins and confession, a fantastic marriage invented by the Church.
We believe in a funnier way to expel your dirty thoughts! Play the game, be vulnerable and sexy while sharing them with your pals.
The Confessions Game is designed to get a group of friends into some of the very best sorts of conversations.With the help of a dice and some cards, the game asks participants to answer a series of questions around career, sex, money, relationships, family, gently inviting everyone to share important bits of themselves in an intimate and playful atmosphere.
Encountering the vulnerability of another person is one of the most helpful things that can happen to us - it normalizes our troubles and allows us to understand the reality rather than the facade of others.
The cards cover five categories:
Career - Sex - Money - Relationships - Family
Questions cover topics such as:
Which of your friends do you envy the most?
If you were braver, what would you be doing with your life?
Would you rather be poor but esteemed, or rich but ignored?
What do you find erotic in the workplace?
100 playing cards with dice
100 x 90 x 60mm
Contains adult content.
Pauline tells you a story:
You probably know the seven deadly sins. But do you know their opposites, the seven virtues?
Discretion of sexual conduct according to one's state in life.
Restraint, practicing self-control, abstinence, moderation and deferred gratification.
Generosity, charity, self-sacrifice; Charity—or love (agäpé)—is the greatest of the three theological virtues. "Caritas" is distinguished by being divinely infused into the soul—and by its residing in the will rather than emotions.
Persistence, effort, ethics. A zealous and careful nature in one's actions and work; decisive work ethic, and perseverance. Budgeting one's time; monitoring one's own activities to guard against laziness.
Forgiveness, mercy, sufferance. Forbearance reflecting moderation. Building a sense of peaceful stability and harmony rather than conflict, hostility, and antagonism; resolving issues and arguments respectfully, as opposed to resorting to anger and fighting. Showing forgiveness and being merciful.
Satisfaction, compassion, and empathy.
Bravery, modesty, reverence. Humility is not thinking less of yourself, it is thinking of yourself less. It is a spirit of self-examination; a hermeneutic of suspicion toward yourself and charity toward others. Ignorance breeds pride. Pride is not the opposite of shame, but the source of it. Knowledge breeds humility. Humility is the antidote to shame. Humility is the courage of the heart necessary to undertake tasks which are difficult, tedious or unglamorous, and to graciously accept the sacrifices involved. Giving credit where credit is due; not unduly glorifying one's self. Refraining from despair; the ability to confront fear and uncertainty, or intimidation.