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What stories do you tell about your life? How do you tell your story? When faced with the unwanted and unexpected, our stories help us make sense of tragedy and loss. Stories give us structure and a frame and help us adapt to change. Words are powerful and the narratives we create can keep us bumping along in familiar ruts or jolt us onto new paths. Tonya Parker helps us identify characteristics of rut stories and river stories. She teaches us how to recognize when we are telling a rut story, shows how our rut stories might obstruct us, and then she offers us her four step process to get out of our rut story and into our river story. Come prepared to sharpen your inner listening skills and take a look at how you tell your own personal narrative to yourself and others. Learn to identify your personal favorite rut stories and how they hold you back. Play with the process and turn one of your rut stories into a river story. Change your story, change your life!
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