Do Tell Family Version & Do Tell for Grown-ups are the best Relationship Building games

People are looking  for ways to enhance their relationships. Relationships are all about connection. They’re about relating to other people and being related to. All of that relating calls for communication, asking the right questions, listening and getting to the heart of the matter.

We have created two games that will do that. Do Tell for Grown-Ups and Do Tell for Families both get people to connect in ways that games usually do not. They do so by asking ingeniously designed questions as well as inviting players to act out their hidden, and not-so-hidden talents.

The cards are brilliant at getting players to open up, to talk and to delve into conversations that help them get to know each other better than they did before the game started. They also help players to be silly, let go, step on the wild side and share a good belly laugh.

This game is perfect for couples, dinner parties and friends. It's a unique and fun gift for hostesses, wedding showers or bridal showers, college students, birthdays, roommates, and singles, just to name a few.

This is the communication game that builds relationships. Do Tell for Grown-ups will draw you in and keep you intrigued from beginning to end…by connecting you to other people. You'll find it to be uproariously fun, insightful, and often intimate. It will keep you curious, interested, engaged—and rolling in the aisles. After all, laughter is the best medicine.

Do Tell for Families builds relationships between family members by bringing families together to talk and laugh in a very meaningful kind of way.

It cleverly gets family members to open up, to talk and to share information with other family members. The beauty of it is, the questions and the sentence stems do not seem contrived or blasé. This means that even the sometimes hard to engage tween and teen crowd won't be put off by the game and will actually like playing! The questions are so well written, that they draw the reader in and make her really think about how she might respond or react to a given situation.

This game may help your kids do better in school, too. That's because kids with good social-emotional skills tend to do better in all other areas of their lives.

Whether it's your grown-up friends or your family you want to feel closer to, both of these games are the perfect avenue to building your relationships.