Inse and Curity: A Journey to Self-Care and Confidence

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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.

It was a beautiful day in the land of imagination. Inse, a little boy with big curious eyes and a wild imagination, loved to explore his world. He often felt nervous and scared about what he might discover. Inse’s big sister, Curity, always kept a watchful eye on him. She was his best friend and guide, and always made sure he was safe.

One day, Inse woke up feeling tired and sluggish. He just didn’t feel like exploring or playing. He lay in bed all day and watched his favorite show on TV. Curity noticed that Inse was not his usual energetic self and asked him what was wrong.

“I don’t know,” Inse mumbled. “I just feel sad and tired today.”

Curity understood how Inse felt. She knew that sometimes, people feel down and need a little extra care. So, she took Inse by the hand and led him outside into the fresh air.

As they walked, Curity taught Inse about the importance of taking care of himself, both physically and mentally. She showed him how to take deep breaths and stretch his body, which made him feel much better. Inse was amazed at how much energy he had after just a few minutes of moving and breathing.

Next, Curity and Inse sat down in the shade of a tree. Curity shared her secret to feeling good when she was feeling down – she talked to her inner voice of security. Inse was confused. “Inner voice? What’s that?” he asked.

Curity explained that everyone has two inner voices – one that tells you to be scared and insecure, and one that tells you to be brave and confident. She called them the “Voice of Insecurity” and the “voice of security.” She told Inse that he can choose which voice to listen to, and that the voice of security will always be there to help him feel better.

Inse was fascinated by this idea. “Can I choose to be brave and confident too?” he asked Curity.

“Of course you can,” Curity replied with a smile. “Just listen to your voice of security, and you’ll see that there’s nothing to be scared of.”

From that day on, Inse learned to take care of himself and listen to his inner voice of security. Whenever he felt scared or unsure, he would take a deep breath and think about what Curity had taught him. And, just like magic, he would feel better.

The end.

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