Inse and Curity: Overcoming Bullying with the Five Transformations.

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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.

Once upon a time, there were two siblings, Inse and Curity. Inse was a little boy who was sometimes scared and insecure, and Curity was his big sister who always knew how to make him feel safe and loved.

One day, Inse came home from school feeling sad. He told Curity that a mean classmate had been teasing and bullying him on the playground. Curity listened carefully to Inse and asked him to tell her more about what happened.

Inse explained that the classmate had been calling him names and pushing him around. He said that he didn’t know what to do and that he felt really scared.

Curity hugged Inse tightly and told him that she was proud of him for being brave enough to tell her what happened. She reminded him that it’s always important to speak up when someone is being mean or hurtful.

Then, Curity taught Inse about the five transformations. She explained that everyone has two voices inside their head – the voice of insecurity and the voice of security. Inse was confused, so Curity used an example to help him understand.

She told Inse to imagine that he was walking down a dark and spooky street all by himself. The voice of insecurity would be telling him scary stories and making him feel even more scared. But the voice of security would be telling him that everything is going to be okay and that he can make it through the dark street.

Inse started to feel better and understood what Curity was saying.

The next day at school, Inse saw the mean classmate again. This time, he remembered what Curity had taught him about the five transformations. He ignored the voice of insecurity and used it as amusement and inspiration. He laughed when the classmate called him names and thought about how silly he sounded.

Instead, he listened to the voice of security and felt strong and confident. He knew that he deserved to be treated with respect and kindness, and he was determined to stand up for himself.

When the classmate tried to push him around again, Inse used the fourth transformation and took action. He told the teacher what was happening and asked for help.

The teacher listened to Inse and talked to the classmate. She reminded the classmate that it’s never okay to be mean to someone else. She helped the classmate understand how his actions were hurting Inse and how he could make it right.

In the end, the classmate apologized to Inse and they even became friends. Inse was so happy and proud of himself for standing up for himself and using the five transformations.

That night, as Curity tucked Inse into bed, he thanked her for teaching him about the five transformations. He felt safe and loved, and knew that he could always count on her to be there for him.

From that day forward, Inse felt more confident and secure, knowing that he had the power to overcome any challenge. And every time he faced a difficult situation, he would remember the five transformations and feel strong and brave.

The end.

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