Inside Out

Inside Out is one of my favourite children’s movies. Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust are the characters driving Riley’s personality, and decisions. Our core memories power our personality. Even though this idea seems serious, the movie is truly funny, and I found myself laughing out loud every time I watch it. Here is one scene that makes me giggle:

Sadness: “You’ll get lost in there.”

Joy: “Think positive!”

Sadness: “I’m positive you’ll get lost in there.”  HAHA 🙂

Watching this movie made me think about my own core memories that drive my decisions and personality. How about you? Do you know what core memories drive your emotions?

The lesson learned is that we don’t have just one emotion. We have many, who work alongside our core memories to create our personality and reactions. Also, our core memories change as we grow up and reach certain milestones.

From what I have heard and read online, there is no sequel planned, however, I would love to see a second movie when Riley becomes a teenager, or, even a whole new main character experiencing their own milestone.  Two thumbs up!

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