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Arundhati Roy: ‘The Point of the Writer Is to Be Unpopular’

2018

Arundhati Roy does not believe in rushing things. With her novels, she prefers to wait for her characters to introduce themselves to her, and slowly develop a trust and a friendship with them. Sometimes, however, external events force her hand.

Read on www.theguardian.com

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An Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Are you searching for a way to cope with a mental health challenge or even with everyday life? Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective approach for many people.

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Op-Ed: Why Storytelling is an Important Tool for Social Change

Providing ways for people to share their perspectives through storytelling initiatives can contribute to bigger changes in society and even help reduce prejudice.

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Telling people to ‘follow the science’ won’t save the planet. But they will fight for justice

The climate emergency has clear themes with heroes and villains. Describing it this way is how to build a movement.

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Yeye Luisah Teish on Storytelling, the Global Impact of Black Panther, and Expressing Your Creative Gifts

The first thing you want is to know that you belong here, that you are a part of this planet, just like the earth and the water, the sun and the wind, and the trees.

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Behavioral Therapy, One Tarot Card at a Time

Jessica Dore takes the messages of the tarot cards and adds a layer of psychotherapy.

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Stephen W. Porges, PhD: Q&A About Freezing, Fainting, and the ‘Safe’ Sounds of Music Therapy

[Porges'] widely-cited polyvagal theory contends that living creatures facing or sensing mortal danger will immobilize, even “play dead,” as a last resort.

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Stories for the Journey

What might have been a chilly and confusing morning drive to school for father and children has instead been an opportunity to weave an astonishingly intimate fabric of heart and imagination.

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Nancy Mellon: Storytelling as a Healing Art

We are speaking with Nancy Mellon, an elder in the global storytelling renaissance, a psychotherapist and a former Waldorf teacher who now lives in California.

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All Stories Are the Same

From Avatar to The Wizard of Oz, Aristotle to Shakespeare, there’s one clear form that dramatic storytelling has followed since its inception.

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The Power of Our Personal Narratives

The stories we tell, both consciously and unconsciously, can greatly contribute to individual identity, experience, and one’s life path.

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