Meet Layal

Storytelling has been one of our most fundamental communication methods for thousands of years. A story has been proven to be more memorable than presenting just facts.That’s because evolution has wired our brains for storytelling. A story is a powerful, unifying tool that connects mankind, breaks down barriers, and heals wounds.

Our members share their stories as a way to bond over emotions, beliefs, remembrance of trauma and shared tribal knowledge on acute necrotizing encephalopathy. There’s no doubt about it: stories are powerful. When a person can identify their role in their own story as well as the individual elements of their story, they can then begin to understand their lives and the world they’re part of in a way most people never experience.

Please visit our website at http://www.aneinternational.org/stories to read more stories of ANE from around the world.

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