well...I don't mean to) and should only be followed with close supervision from your physician.
Young Steven and I went to the movies for Valentine's for the first time in --oh--18 years? Seriously! I love the movies. Him? Not so much. I usually go with the girls or my girlfriends. We enjoyed the movie especially rocking bargain tickets at $5.50 each! Eleven bucks beats psychotherapy prices any day.
See it and avoid the therapy couch for the following issues:
- Depression - You'll laugh until you hurt. The looming black cloud hovering over your head will disappear for 111 hilarious minutes.
- Low Self-Esteem - The "thief" in this movie is so bad you'll feel good about yourself.
- Marital Problems - If your husband goes with you, you'll realize he must love you to go to a movie with no hot girls, no hot sex and no machine gun, marital arts or explosive violence.
- Family Disputes - You may leave the movie theater appreciating your in-laws tearing up as you dial your mother-in-law to tell her you love her.
- Alcoholism - You'll learn what a "melon ball" is, why you should avoid them and why you'll picture elephants in your head differently for a while.
- Personality Disorders - You'll hug your husband, as quietly as possible, for his misophonia disorder.
- Addiction - You'll fall in love with and feel sorry for the thief in this movie. You may also want to punch her in the face like you've imagined doing to the chain-smoker at your house.
The movie is excellent (strong language excluded). Humor and plot!
Feeling Happier, More Confident, Loving and Free,
The Happy Handicap