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Story: Stan and the Dragon Materials
Focus: Facing Fear Participants
Paint: An image of “fear” on the left side of the paper.
Write: Words that come to mind.
Paint: An image of “courage” on the right side of the paper.
Write: Words that come to mind.
Write: In the middle of the paper, words, phrases or objects that help you move from fear to courage.
Share:  Images, words, and objects that help you move from fear to courage.
Reflect:   On ideas and feelings about fear and courage.
Tell: Stan and the Dragon.            

Paint: An image of a telling moment.
Title: The image.
Write: The story of the title creating events that could be in the story but were not in the story as it was told.
Share: Stories.
Reflect: On stories and issues raised.
Consider: The dragon meets a friend who thinks the dragon’s a coward. The friend tells the dragon that he’s heard stories about how a man got the better of him (the dragon).
Create: The story the dragon tells his friend.
Share: Highlights of the story.
Reflect: On stories we tell to ourselves and to others and what affects how we tell our story.
Think: About a time when you were afraid. How did you deal with your fears? How might you deal with them now? What might make the difference?
Share: Coping mechanisms for dealing with fear.
Reflect: On story, session, and ways to deal with fear.

Reframing a Challenge   Overcoming Great Odds   Confronting Power

Excerpted from Dancing With Wonder: Self-Discovery Through Stories

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