Inse and Curity: Tackling Overwhelming Tasks

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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.

Sure, here’s a rewrite of the story suitable for bedtime reading for 4-6-year-olds:

Are you ready for an exciting adventure with Inse and Curity? Inse was a little boy who sometimes felt scared and worried. He had a lot of homework to do, and he didn’t know where to start. Curity, his big sister, was always there to help him.

One day, Inse came home from school with a backpack full of books and papers. He looked at all his assignments and felt overwhelmed. He didn’t know how he could ever finish it all.

Curity noticed that Inse looked worried and asked, “What’s wrong, little brother?”

Inse sighed and said, “I have so much homework to do, and I don’t know where to start. I feel like I’m never going to finish it all.”

Curity smiled and said, “Don’t worry, Inse. You can do it! Let’s break it down into smaller pieces, so it doesn’t seem so big and scary.”

Inse didn’t understand what Curity meant, so she explained to him about the five transformations. She told him that he could use the voice of insecurity as inspiration and the voice of security to feel confident and positive.

Inse was curious and asked, “How do I do that?”

Curity smiled and said, “Just take it one step at a time. Let’s start with the first transformation. Ignore the voice of insecurity and focus on the task at hand. Don’t let the worries in your head stop you from doing what you need to do.”

Inse nodded and tried to ignore the voice of insecurity. He looked at his homework and thought about how he could break it down into smaller pieces.

Curity saw that Inse was trying his best, so she said, “Now, let’s move on to the second transformation. Use the voice of insecurity as amusement and inspiration. Laugh at it and learn from it.”

Inse thought about what Curity said and tried to find the funny side of his worries. He realized that he was making a mountain out of a molehill and that he could handle his homework if he took it one step at a time.

Curitycould see that Inse was feeling better, so she said, “Great job, Inse! Now, let’s move on to the third transformation. Use the voice of security to guide you. Believe in yourself and your abilities.”

Inse smiled and felt a surge of confidence. He knew he could do it if he just kept trying. He started on his homework, one small task at a time.

As Inse worked, he found that he was making progress. He was able to finish one assignment after another. And before he knew it, he was done with all his homework!

Inse couldn’t believe it. He felt so proud of himself. He realized that he could do anything if he just believed in himself and took it one step at a time.

Curity hugged Inse and said, “Great job, little brother! You did it!”

Inse grinned from ear to ear and said, “Thanks, Curity! I couldn’t have done it without you.”

And that’s the story of how Inse learned to overcome his worries and finish his homework. The end.

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