Inside Out Is Right Side Up

I saw the new Pixar movie, Inside Out with my daughters the other day. They were by far the oldest children with their parents. At 23 and 22 it’s still fun to hang out with them! I thoroughly enjoyed the movie…ok there were a few moments where I thought it was dragging but they had to give us our money’s worth I suppose. So much of what I explain to my clients about the value of all of our emotions was right there on the big screen with color and animation rather than abstractly defined. The movie also clearly displays the importance of sadness in creating healing, connection with others and staying integrated internally.

I think I’ll add watching this movie to my homework assignments! 🙂

Categories: Acceptance, Emotional Healing, Growth, Processing Thoughts and Emotions | Tags: , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Inside Out Is Right Side Up

  1. Jerry Davis

    I took my whole class to see the movie and we all loved it. I told the students that were in practicum and internship that they could count it as indirect hours because it was so true to the research

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