By Charlotte Bumstead
After years of living together and being set in routine, it's easy for couples to lose the language of sharing they once found so exciting. Winnipeg residents Todd Sellick and his wife, Jan, came up with a new way of encouraging couples to practise more openness in their relationship.

You can do it in the car or maybe at a restaurant. Try it on a sandy beach or even over the phone. The goal is to reawaken the sense of risk and pleasure in your relationship through intimacy and play. They call it A Private Affair: The Erotic Game of Secrets, Plans and Promises —and it's more than your typical board game.

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