“Inse and Curity: Coping with Loss”

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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.

In a land filled with green meadows and tall trees, there lived two siblings named Inse and Curity. Inse was a little boy who loved to play with his dog, Spot, and Curity was his elder sister who always kept an eye on him.

One day, as they were playing, Spot got injured and passed away. Inse was heartbroken and didn’t know how to cope with the loss of his beloved pet. He started feeling scared and insecure, and his mind was filled with sad thoughts.

Curity noticed that Inse was struggling, and she knew she had to help him. She took Inse to a quiet place by the river, where they could sit and talk. She told Inse that it was okay to feel sad and that it was normal to grieve.

Inse asked Curity how he could stop feeling so sad, and she told him about the five transformations. She explained to him that the voice of insecurity was the one making him feel scared and sad, and that he should try to ignore that voice. Instead, she told him to use that voice as inspiration to remember all the happy memories he had with Spot.

Curityalso talked to Inse about the voice of security, which was the one making him feel better. She encouraged Inse to listen to that voice and focus on the good things in his life.

Together, they took a deep breath and practiced some coping mechanisms, like taking a walk, drawing pictures of Spot, and talking about their favorite memories with him. Inse started to feel better, and he realized that it was okay to feel sad sometimes.

As they walked back home, Curity reminded Inse that the voice of insecurity and the voice of security would always be there, but he had to learn to live with both. She told him that it was important to be friends with both inner voices and that he could always count on her to help him through any tough times.

Finally, as they reached home, Inse hugged Curity and said, “Thank you for helping me, Sis. I feel much better now.” Curity smiled and hugged him back, “I’m always here for you, little bro.”

And so, Inse learned a valuable lesson about coping with loss and dealing with sadness. He knew that even though he might feel sad sometimes, he could always use the five transformations to help him feel better.

The End.

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