DARE TO BE CURIOUS FROM KINDRED PEOPLE — THE CARD GAME FOR GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER

DARE TO BE CURIOUS FROM KINDRED PEOPLE — THE CARD GAME FOR GETTING TO KNOW EACH OTHER

Dare to ask – and dare to open up. That’s the motto of Dare to be Curious, a card game that helps you kick start conversations about opinions, fears, dreams and values and which teaches you about yourself and your fellow player. The pastel-colored card set has three levels. The warm-up round offers questions about sex, relationships and life events such as “If you were to write the story of your life, what would be an interesting chapter?”. The second level – Dare to be Wrong – is more playful: your partner has to guess what your answer would be to questions like “How do I define myself (without referring to my appearance or possessions)?”. The third level is Dare to be Vulnerable, and here the questions probe your beliefs, patterns, problems but also visions for the future. “What’s a problem you have been challenged by in the past year?” is one example. For some of the questions you need your fellow player’s help, and this is where interesting conversations with friends, partners, dates and flatmates can begin. You can use the set at home – think rainy Sunday afternoons on the sofa – or on long car journeys or holiday evenings with friends. The whole thing was thought up by Australian-born Giorgia Grainger who, besides the game, offers coaching and workshops as part of her Kindred People project. Her other job is as a buyer in the fashion industry – hence why you can even buy a matching outfit for the game!

Text: Nina Trippel / Photos: Emma Hursey for Kindred People & Kindred People

Dare to be Curious by Kindred People is available online.
 
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