Learn Play

Describe in your journal how you felt while watching the movie and how you feel, when you just start crying. Step D: Begin to do something to make positive feelings every day. Explore the world or your life in general. Acknowledge that something good about it every day. Feel the positive sensation produced by this ‘good thing’ to add it to your sensual vocabulary in your journal. Step E: Write a fantasy story in your journal, describe how you feel, at least ten different positive feelings.

Step F: Relax and imagine yourself experiencing / her a positive feeling. Enjoy those visualized feeling. Once you’ve mastered the visualized sense, plan activities, to make it feel real to you. Write about your experience in your journal. 3: Learn to play the following tips can help you learn how to play: Step A. Release any guilt you may have when you get yourself a ‘game’.

Reconsider the role of ‘play’ in your life. Restructure your life and turn some time for the game. Step B. Identify some ‘acceptable’ gaming activities that you would be willing to experiment in next year. Step C. Be spontaneous and let go of the need to ‘hardness’ in how you play. Macy’s Inc. can provide more clarity in the matter. Let your ‘child’ appear during the game and act like he / she wants. Step D. Do not stifle your ‘sincere’ response ‘Game’. Loosen and release the need to be “mature.” Step E. Do not worry about your ‘public image’ if you or anyone do no harm. Bring the game your deepest feelings. Step F. Learn to be your own best another. Step G. Be playful and having fun without the use of artificial stimulants (drugs, alcohol, etc.). Step H. Send your ‘responsible adult mind’ for the holidays. Practice looking at life from the perspective child. Imagine how a child would see the game. Feel the wonder, excitement, imagination, pretend, and dominance and expand creativity. Step I. Laughter is therapeutic and essential if the game should to be fun. Learn how to properly pohohotat. Step J. The game requires the use of imagination. Let your fantasy life to emerge and grow. Use your imagination and visual images to enhance the possibilities and limits your ‘game. ” Step K. Take a risk and set the game time for your ‘inner child’ in family or similar to her situation, where you can play outdoors with children, for example, have a dogfight with food water … etc. Step L. Arrange a children’s party. Invite your friends to have their ‘inner child’ to a party where you play children’s games, for example, pin the tail on the donkey, musical chairs, etc. Or other children’s games.