What's Your Story?

The science of narrative: Everyone loves to spin a yarn, but how do you tell a killer tale?

The Inside Narrative

By Peter Guber

The need for narrative is embedded deep in our brains.

Why Freud Wrote Stories

By Marilyn Wedge Ph.D.

Psychotherapy is not all about logic.

Self-Portrait in a Skewed Mirror

By Carlin Flora

How you tell your tale reveals how you see yourself.

A Life Story

By Jonathan Gottschall Ph.D.

More truthy than true.

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