“Inse and Curity’s Five Transformations: Overcoming Insecurity and Making Friends.”

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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.

It was a warm summer evening and the stars were shining brightly in the sky. In a cozy house, nestled in a quiet neighborhood, two siblings were getting ready for bed. Inse and Curity were brushing their teeth and getting into their pajamas when Inse began to feel nervous about going to school the next day.

Curity noticed Inse’s worry and asked him what was wrong. Inse explained that he was afraid of meeting new people and making friends because he didn’t know if they would like him.

Curity listened attentively and then told Inse about the five transformations. She explained that everyone has a voice of insecurity and a voice of security inside of them, and that it’s important to listen to both of them.

Inse was curious and asked Curity to explain more. She told him that the voice of insecurity is like a little voice inside your head that tells you that you’re not good enough or that you can’t do something. But the voice of security is the opposite, it’s the voice that tells you that you’re great just the way you are and that you can do anything you set your mind to.

Inse was still unsure about how to use these voices to feel better. So Curity decided to tell him a story. She told him about a little bird that was too scared to fly because he didn’t think he was good enough. But one day, the bird heard the voice of security inside of him, which told him that he was a great bird and that he could fly if he believed in himself. So the little bird took a deep breath, listened to his voice of security, and flew high into the sky.

Inse loved the story and felt inspired by it. Curity then taught Inse the second transformation, which is to use the voice of insecurity as inspiration. She explained that when you hear the voice of insecurity, you can laugh at it and use it as a way to learn and grow.

The siblings then talked about how everyone is different and that it’s important to be open-minded and accepting of others. Curity reminded Inse that he was great just the way he was, and that he would find friends who would like him for who he is.

Inse felt better and thanked Curity for her help. He then closed his eyes and fell asleep, feeling comforted by the knowledge of the five transformations.

The next day, Inse went to school feeling confident and ready to make new friends. He remembered the story of the little bird and listened to his voice of security. He made a new friend who liked him for who he was, and he was happy knowing that he could use the five transformations whenever he needed them.

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