A great card game to see how 'normal' you are. As you go through them (either alone or in a group), decide whether or not you identify with, or in any way recognise, what is being said. If you do, place the card on a pile to the right; if you don't, put it on a pile to the left.
At the end of the exercise, see how many cards you have on the right and discover how normal you are and how well you really know yourself.
Please note - the 'thoughts' shown on the cards cover a wide range, from commonplace to quite intimate and adult.
52 game cards.
Measurements: 8.9 cm x 12.6 cm.
Instruction card included.
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