8 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Interpretive Fiction to Help You Overcome Adversity
Many of us have learnt that adversity is inevitable. However, despite life's challenges, we are capable of thriving through trying times. Resilient people find methods of transforming adversity into an opportunity rather than navigating through uncertainty. Further, uncertainty is a vital fuel for attaining success.
Growing up in a nurturing environment, Lithuanian/American Author/Poet and Barry University Graduate, Marc O'Brien has achieved success from teaching people about overcoming adversity. Using interpretive fiction as a healthy activity, O'Brien continues to challenge readers on a global scale while aiding their understanding.
If you're seeking ways to overcome life's adversities while taking positive action, read on as O'Brien presents 8 Reasons Why You Should Be Using Interpretive Fiction, today!
Using storytelling to distribute information to the public educates and entertains a person on how to handle a situation. Based on conflict and facing adversity, interpretive fiction communicates the many truths of human existence while expanding one's awareness.
Interpretive fiction enables you to be in a relaxed state as opposed to writing a non-fiction memoir where you have the stress of having to be factual. As there are no hard standards in journalism, this enables you to write and get things back on track during a difficult time.
Editorial pieces stating an opinionated point could potentially ruffle feathers. However, since facing adversity is a sensitive matter, the interpretive fiction route develops positive dialogue leading to resolution even though both situations are addressing an issue.
Interpretation of any art form takes time and hinges on looking at things in different ways. Similarly, facing adversity can come in any form.
Interpretive fiction is a fantasy world and an escape, crucial when enduring the painstaking elements of facing adversity. Moreover, helping readers comprehend deeper questions of life and aspects of human existence can bring readers closer to understanding reality.
Protagonist good, antagonist bad, interpretive fiction may choose a side and may not. However, the storytelling format allows the reader to make a choice while forming an opinion about the information presented. This competitive conflict can make the reader look at the facing adversity situation, see it in a new light and strengthen their attitude.
All fiction literature, it could be said, tells stories of people who have overcome adversity. Allowing schoolchildren to develop this talent helps them prepare for adulthood. Instead of crumbling when confronted with hardship in their lives, they will find a way to resolve the situation.
Creativity masterly woven with strong interpretive factors is a self-gratifying experience for any author and if this assists someone facing adversity then that adds to the warm feeling that the artist has after hearing feedback about their work.
Everyone is capable of using interpretative fiction to help overcome life's adversities, contribute to society and make an impact.
In addition to empowering you to peacefully discuss real-life issues, O'Brien's strong portfolio comprises of fictional books 'The Final Fence: Sophomores in the Saddle,' 'Peter The Peteeatrick Panda’s Playground,' 'Peter The Peteeatrick Panda and the Pandy Chip Pancakes' and 'A Special Person to Ride.'
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