As years pass, we adults lose the connection with our inner child_ Responsibilities lock ourselves in an adult suit_ As a consequence, we forget the hability of playing_ August 2015 10 questions 5 adults Arti Creativo presents: The first machine that connects with your inner child. Please sit down. Place your right hand over the panel. How old are you? 33… 38… 28… 27… 50 How many hours do you spend at job? Nine hours. About twelve hours. From eight to ten. Where you an introverted, or an extroverted child? Extroverted. Introverted. I was extroverted. When was the last time you laugh at something silly? Two days. I don’t remember. Which was your favorite place to hide when you were a child? Under the bed. In our house garage. Did you enjoy jumping on the bed? Yes. When your parents arrived from work, for how long did they play with you? Very little. Just a little, but enough. The did not play. Do you remember any “superpower” they had? No. Rolling myself into a sheet and swing me like in a hammock. Did you like to lark? Not much. A lot. Sometimes. No, not really. What was your nickname as a child? Fatty. Charly. Estefi. Erick. Are to ready to meet your inner child? Yes. I cannot believe it! You don’t need a machine to connect with your inner child. Play with your son. Avoid hierarchy. Sit the same height your child does. When playing, don’t command. Just play. If you are stained, don’t protest. Stain back. A happy child… Is more open to learn. Connect with your son, connect with your inner child. Play.