Metro Mama & Metro Baby

By Kim Taylor

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You bolster your child’s intellect with chess, his or her physique with basketball and soccer, and dexterity with Wii games – but what about your teen’s emotional intelligence? Enter Keep It Real, the board game for teens and adults that prompts genuine soul-searching and is great fun in the process.

The game has thought-provoking questions that help adults and teen bridge an age and awkwardness gap, and spark unusual conversation. Created by NYC psychotherapist Leslie Robinson, this intriguing game will certainly tighten your family bonds and provide a slew of memorable moments. Find it at http://www.keepitrealgame.com (along with testimonials), as well as at Manhattan Borders stores and http://www.amazon.com.

Originally published January 2011

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