Depression, and the many layers of... Nov 17, 2020 5:21:40 GMT -5
Post by X factor on Nov 17, 2020 5:21:40 GMT -5
Play allows for that 'middle ground', when we play, we learn it's OK to lose, and that just because we lose, doesn't mean the world ends.
People who did not play while growing up are the types that get offended over the smallest things, and on the streets that equates into shootings, lots and lots of shootings, cause the people doing the shooting, when younger, never 'played' much, never had that older brother to pin them to the ground and then tickle them into laughter.
That's what was fun about my childhood is there's was lots of play, we played around a lot, tickled on another, learned to laugh.
And there was nothing sual about it, and people who don't understand that are sick to me and have destroyed many lives by making things so gd serious all the time.
Is why you have so many people walking around so rigid and uptight these days cause it's either romantic affection or nothing.
And sorry, but there are many other layers of affection that have nothing to do with romance.
Like hugging or hugs, or wrestling or play boxing, tackle football, and on and on, guys need that, even when grown, guys just need that, or what they use to call 'rough housing'.
And it has nothing to do with romance, yet you have grown folks, alone, isolated for years that can't even so much as get a friendly pat on the back, cause could be 'offensive'.
Prude people have kind of created a living hell for many.