Playing Board Games Like Magic: The Gathering Makes You A Nicer Person Who Has Better Relationships

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Being nice to people around you goes a long way towards the overall development and success of a person. It helps you fit into any kind of crowd that is put in front of you. While it may seem difficult for most people to act upon, it can easily be practiced while doing the simplest of things. Even while playing board games!

When it comes to playing board games, most people do it as it's a good way of killing time. However, many fail to realise how powerful they are for your growth as they bring out the feeling of togetherness. Think about it. You are never in isolation while playing board games which means that you are constantly interacting with people and building a stronger connection with them while having fun. This makes you a nicer person and helps you build better relationships.

There are times when things heat up during board games especially when things go intense during a game or when a person loses a duel but for the most part, board games are all about the positive vibes. Take board games like Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons for example. These types of games let you become a part of a team while also allowing you to tap into one of the greatest powers of mankind, your imagination.

Playing any board game is better than living in isolation. However, if you get hold of a good board game, the engagement becomes even better as you are more likely to see a genuinely skillfully player win the game instead of the outcome being RNG. This makes the competition healthier as players are then forced to use their imagination in a deeper manner. 

Notably, board games provide us with the magnificence of actually sitting together with people of a similar mindset which opens up plenty of room for growth - something which is rare especially in the time we live in where everyone is busy imitating the fake world promoted by social media. While it is a given that board games aren't the primary solution to our problems here, they are definitely a good place to start.

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