The Healing Art of Storytelling: A Sacred Journey of Personal Discovery

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iUniverse, 2005 - Self-Help - 238 pages
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Over the years, television and other cultural forces have robbed us of storytelling as a tool of communicating, learning, and healing. In "The Healing Art of Storytelling," professional storyteller Richard Stone describes this crisis and its devastating effects, and then offers a step-by-step guide for creating a storytelling tradition that we can use to transform our families, our friendships, and ourselves. This ancient art offers us a fresh approach to issues such as coping with death and grieving, building esteem in ourselves and our children, finding courage in the face of uncertainty, and discovering the miraculous in the everyday.

With "The Healing Art of Storytelling," readers will gain a deeper sense of integrity, purpose, and direction and, most importantly, see the story of their lives in a new light.

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RICHARD D. STONE is Assistant Professor of Marketing at Towson State University in Maryland.

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