Inside Out: emotional intelligence made easy- maybe too easy

Our inner conflicts are usually so well hidden that we don’t even see them ourselves, so it’s fascinating to see them blown up on a movie screen. The new Pixar movie, Inside Out, is set inside a person’s brain, and the emotions are the main characters. It’s fun to watch the personified Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear, and Disgust tussling in the head of an eleven year-old girl. Mindy Kaling’s Disgust was especially hilarious. Children’s laughter throughout the movie was a thrill to hear. They get it, I thought!

Source: Inside Out: emotional intelligence made easy- maybe too easy | Psychology Today

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