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The Neuroscience of Storytelling

The human instinct to tell stories is an adaptive process for our brain health.

When we tell stories about our complex and disturbing experiences it helps our brain to create neural pathways from one side to the other, which in turn helps us believe that the story is in the past.

Secure families tell stories, even about painful events.


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