In this issue, we look at initiation: why it's important, factors to consider, and strategies that promote the initiation
Play is so fundamental to our work here. It’s the natural way for children to learn about their world. But play is equally important for adults.
The importance of play for children is well documented. Now researchers are turning their attention to its possible benefits for adults. What they’re finding is that play isn’t just about goofing off; it can also be an important means of reducing stress and contributing to overall well-being.
“What all play has in common,” Brown says, “is that it offers a sense of engagement and pleasure, takes the player out of a sense of time and place, and the experience of doing it is more important than the outcome.”
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