Inse and Curity: Conquering Classroom Conflict

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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.

As the sun began to set and the stars started to twinkle, Inse and Curity were snuggled up in their cozy beds, ready for a bedtime story.

Curity looked over at Inse and asked, “Hey, Inse, do you remember the time you had trouble with your teacher?”

Inse groaned, “Ugh, I don’t want to think about it. It made me feel so nervous and scared.”

Curity smiled and said, “But remember, we learned how to use the five transformations to handle tough situations like that. Do you want me to tell you a story about it?”

Inse nodded his head, curious to hear how his sister would tell the story.

“Okay,” Curity began, “So, one day Inse was at school and he was having a difficult time with his teacher. He didn’t like the way the teacher was treating him and it made him feel very upset.”

Inse interrupted, “Yeah, and I didn’t know what to do about it. I felt like I couldn’t say anything.”

Curity reassured him, “That’s okay, Inse. It’s normal to feel that way sometimes. But remember, we can use the five transformations to help us feel better.”

Inse nodded, eager to hear more.

“So,” Curity continued, “The first transformation is to ignore the voice of insecurity in your head. Inse, do you remember what the voice of insecurity is?”

Inse thought for a moment and then said, “It’s when I feel really nervous and scared, like I can’t do anything right.”

“That’s right,” Curity said. “And the second transformation is to use that voice of insecurity as amusement and inspiration. Can you think of how you could use that voice in a positive way?”

Inse thought for a moment and then said, “Well, maybe I could try to do things differently, and then the voice of insecurity wouldn’t be so loud.”

Curity smiled, “Exactly! And the third transformation is to listen to the voice of security in your head. Can you remember what the voice of security is?”

Inse nodded and said, “It’s when I feel confident and brave, like I can do anything.”

“Right,” Curity said. “And the fourth transformation is to take action based on what you’ve learned from the first three transformations. Inse, what did you do in the story to take action?”

Inse thought for a moment and then said, “I talked to my teacher and told her how I felt.”

“That’s right,” Curity said. “And the fifth transformation is to befriend the two inner voices, the voice of insecurity and the voice of security. Can you remember why that’s important?”

Inse thought for a moment and then said, “Because sometimes I feel nervous and sometimes I feel confident, and it’s okay to have both.”

Curity smiled, “Exactly! And that’s how Inse learned to handle his difficult situation with his teacher. He used the five transformations and it helped him feel better.”

Inse smiled, feeling proud of himself for learning how to handle his emotions.

“Thanks for the story, Curity,” Inse said, snuggling deeper into his covers.

Curity smiled, “Anytime, Inse. Sweet dreams.”

And with that, the siblings drifted off to sleep, feeling secure in the knowledge that they could handle any situation with the five transformations. The End.

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