Have you ever hosted a couples game night? It’s not for the faint of heart. There’s nothing more awkward than watching a relationship implode before your eyes over who landed on Boardwalk avenue. While competition can sometimes bring out a side of someone you may rarely see — beast mode, no holds barred, in it to win it, whatever you want to call it! — it can also bring out the best in people. A little competition in your relationship is a good thing. Here’s how:
If you’ve had a negative experience with competition, perhaps it is the type of competition you’ve chosen. If you’re playing a board game, for instance, and one of you struggles with logic-based reasoning, puzzles or other skills, things can get messy. Don’t say a big no to competing against your partner if you’ve had this experience; just do it the right way!
If you want to get a bit competitive without the fear of a Trivial Pursuit breakdown, book your next date night at our track. You’ll start your engines, do a few laps, laugh, maybe even talk a little trash talk, and reap all the benefits of some healthy competition. A few rounds at our racetrack, and you wouldn’t be able to remember who left the toilet seat up, or who forgot to buy milk with the groceries.