To escape the stresses that can result from our busy lives, we often distract ourselves with hours spent watching TV or surfing the Internet. Whilst such activities can be a fun, they often involve a marked level of passivity, as well as lack of conversation.
Indeed, a BBC News article, “Is TV delaying child development?’ published on 2 June 2009, stated: “New research suggests having the TV on may impair young children’s development by reducing the amount of conversation between infant and adult.” (For more on this interesting subject, go to: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/8078763.stm).
In contrast, soaking inside a beautiful, bubbling hot tub creates a deeply enjoyable experience, unlike any other in the home, for every member of the family. The quality time that results can lead to discussions on a deeper level than usual.
A hot tub provides the perfect escape, not only from stress, but also from the accompanying “couch potato” syndrome. Discover the joy of a hot tub, and rediscover the art of meaningful conversation.