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Make Time to Play

Do you remember when you were younger, when you couldn’t wait to get through the school day, get home and play, watch a movie, or chat with your best friend? Those times where you feel like you need to recharge after a long day of school, work or lectures? As we get older, we tend to forget the value and benefits of play – and we are not talking about video games, here- we’re talking about endorphin filled activities. Painting, singing, dancing, team sports, and the like. “Research has shown that engaging in novel experiences as a couple activates the brain’s reward system, which can produce favorable benefits for couples… couples who go on “exciting” and novel date nights, or engage in fun

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