“Goodbye, My Furry Friend”

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The stories age 4+ are deliberately written in language that is understandable for parents. So extra explanation is (intentionally) required while read the bedtime story. This creates more intense parent-child relationship.

Inse and Curity loved playing with their furry friend, Paws. Paws was always there for them, but one day Paws got sick and passed away. Inse and Curity felt sad and confused. They didn’t know how to deal with the loss of their beloved pet.

As they sat in the backyard, Curity noticed the beautiful flowers growing in the garden. She reminded Inse that just like the flowers, even though Paws was no longer with them, they could still cherish the happy memories they had with him. This was the first transformation – ignoring the voice of insecurity and focusing on the positive.

As they walked around the neighborhood, Inse saw other kids playing with their pets. He felt insecure and wondered why they couldn’t have their furry friend back. Curity reminded him that everyone has their own unique journey in life and that they can learn from their experiences. This was the second transformation – using the voice of insecurity as inspiration.

The third transformation was when Curity helped Inse focus on the positive memories of Paws. They talked about all the fun times they had with him, and this helped them feel more secure in their memories.

Inse and Curity decided to take action and honor their furry friend by creating a memorial garden for Paws. They planted flowers and put up a picture of Paws in the garden. This was the fourth transformation – taking action based on what they learned from the first three transformations.

As they sat in the garden, Inse and Curity talked about how they missed Paws but also felt grateful for the time they had with him. They realized that life is full of ups and downs, and that they could learn to be friends with both the voice of insecurity and the voice of security. This was the fifth transformation – befriending the two inner voices.

Inse and Curity felt a sense of peace as they sat in the garden. They knew that even though Paws was no longer with them, they could always cherish the happy memories they had with him. And that’s how Inse and Curity learned to cope with the loss of their furry friend, Paws.

The end.

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