Narrative for Integral Well-Being

From worlds of make-believe to daydream, humans have used storytelling for dealing with conflict or fantasize about a life without conflict. . Stories allow us to live vicariously through a situation, without actually confronting any danger.

Children and adults need more than just the basic means for survival. They need opportunities to develop a sense of personal significance and fulfillment and assert and shape their voices.

Self-compassion and empathy can be an inspiring adventure when explored through stories offering meaningful lessons. Once Upon a... Swappy Stories™ Introduce the reader to original songs working as prompts for imaginative narratives to cultivate a quality of innocence and gentleness in our children. They serve as ground to my thought-provoking Essential Experiences and their foundational principles: Anatomy of the Invisible

Witches or Princesses? Mercedes Calcano
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