By Margit Crane, MA, MA, MEd
My friend and colleague, Margit came up with this great game! She works with teens with ADD/ADHD and their families to make their lives happier. Stay tuned for her amazing new book, How to Train Your Parents in 6 and a 1/2 Days!
She has an amazing offer right now – in just 3 short sessions, you can transform your relationship with your teen and vice versa! http://giftedwithadd.com/Solutions
There are some ground rules to go over with your family before you begin:
First, no one gets to judge or make fun of another person’s answers. Second, if someone says “I don’t know,” ask them to let you know when they have their answer. Third, if they don’t have an answer ever, leave it alone. Don’t push, judge, or take it personally. It’s not a big deal in the grand scheme of things.
1. What would you like to be famous for?
2. What would you like to do better?
3. What’s your favorite smell or scent?
4. What’s your least favorite smell or scent?
5. What job would you least like to do?
6. What job would you most like to do?
7. What are your top 5 favorite foods?
8. What are your 5 least favorite foods?
9. What food have you not tasted but you would like to?
10. What’s your favorite drink?
11. What food could you eat every day?
12. What’s the most disgusting thing you’ve ever eaten?
13. Choose an animal whose qualities you wish you had.
14. What do you want written on your tombstone?
15. What 3 things would you take out of a burning house?
You don’t have to use all of these questions. Some may not be age-appropriate for your kids. And it’s great fun for family members to come up with their own questions, silly or serious!