Movies are an excellent way to see someone’s creative depiction of life’s issues and effectively examine a variety of feelings. A good movie makes you think, feel, learn and develop insight to similarities in your life.
Couples who watch relationship-centered movies and then discuss them afterwards are more likely to still be together after three years, according to a study published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Below are a few of my favorites.
Won't You Be My Neighbor
The heightened anxieties around the coronavirus and the presidential election have lots of Americans on edge. The antidote might very well be this sweet, soulful documentary portrait of Fred Rogers and his classic children's television show.
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