The Science of Storytelling

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 There is always a good reason to tell a story, to sit down and listen to a story, to be the storyteller. One of the best reasons is because we can escape and venture  to other worlds with heros and protaganists we can love, hate or replace with our own secret wanna- be selves. But it can’t get any better when someone scientifically breaks it down as to why  reading and hearing stories are good for your health. This article – “The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains” – gives you the lowdown on why we should get healthy doses of stories for our brain’s development and health. This is great news for ©V:iD as it’s in the business of telling stories by any means necessary!

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  1. Sai Murai says:

    Good spot Z. Have seen quite a few writers engaging with Cowbird recently (http://cowbird.com/about/) – have you had a squizz at this platform yet too?

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