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Heroes and Sheroes, Villains, Victims, and Fools: Using Story Archetypes to Understand Conflicts
Heroes and sheroes, villains, victims, and fools: Using story archetypes to understand conflicts

[The purpose of dialogue is to remind us of] that which we have forgotten to remember.

—Maya Angelou (as quoted in Brown, 1995, p. 155)

Behind the story I tell is the one I don't. Behind the story you hear is the one I wish I could make you hear [or the one I don't want you or myself to hear].

—Allison (1996, p. 36)

A student met with me privately recently to discuss a very difficult conflict that she was encountering. She told me about being a single mom working her way through college and desiring very much to finish school before having ...

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