Simply read a child’s story that he or she is writing for school, and you will discover some of the inner struggles with which the young person is trying to cope.
Storytelling is a form of self-disclosure.
This chapter is an attempt to share with you some insights about story listening and how to do it.
A child’s stories are simpler to understand because the language has not been developed to the point of high abstraction. An adult tells stories far more obtuse in nature.