So, what’s your story?  Much of what we know about history comes from the stories handed down throughout the generations.  The art of storytelling is a way to help us relate to people, places and events.  We also have our own stories we recite to others and ourselves in regards to our past, present and future.  

We remember events from elementary, middle and high school, interactions with our parents, siblings and our first girl/boyfriend.  We recall memories from college, dating, a marriage, a personal triumph and/or the birth of a child.  Unfortunately, we also have stories of traumatic events whether within relationships like a divorce, the death of a loved one or accidents in life such as a fire or a car crash.