When faced with adversity, humans make meaning of their experiences through storytelling.
Scholars have found that women, in particular, express their emotions through ‘narrative sense-making’ and relate to and support each other by telling stories in everyday contexts.
This is especially true when it comes to mothers and daughters.
Now, a recent study from a University of Missouri professor has found that daughters ‘re-author’ stories about adversity over time, often increasing the positivity of those stories through narrative.
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