How Stories Challenge the Stigma of Mental Health
When we tell stories there are areas of the brain that light up and create feel good chemicals and reactors in the brain that mean that stories are retained much better than just facts or figures.
Listen to this podcast on how stories challenge the stigma of mental health; and how telling stories creates different responses and connections in the brain that increases empathy and also increases trust.
There is five times more brain processing when we tell stories than when we just tell facts.
This is why I tell stories in my podcast, in my speaker sessions and in my workshops, so that the tools, tips and advice I give can be better retained and be more relatable.
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