What Would You Do for a KlondikeĀ® Bar?

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I love that jingle: “What would you do for a Klondike bar?”
As kids, we did all sorts of crazy things for the smallest of prizes. Better yet, we challenged each other to do things for a prize.
Play is how children build the skills they need to survive life’s scarier moments. Play feels like fun to make sure they will engage in it.
As a couple, we need to play together, too. It builds the cooperation skills we need to become so much stronger together than separately when we need strength.
What’s your Klondike bar? What prize will you play for? Tell your mate. Then challenge him or her to try something new for a Klondike bar. Play matters at every age.

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Patty Newbold

I am a widow who got it right the second time. I have been sharing here since February 14, 2006 what I learned from that experience and from positive psychology, marriage research, and my training as a marriage educator.

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I am a widow who got it right the second time. I have been sharing here since February 14, 2006 what I learned from that experience and from positive psychology, marriage research, and my training as a marriage educator.

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