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Default May 14, 2024 at 09:59 AM
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I woke up sad as usual but i ended up putting on a sad movie to watch so i didnít feel like crying for nothing. It was cathartic but not nearly enough

I havenít watched this movie in a very very long time, i remember the first time i watched it as a teenager and it didnít affect me nearly as much as it does now. It made me miss being a kid and having a movie or book be just that.

I would like to watch another movie from my childhood but even the happier ones seem to affect me differently
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Default May 14, 2024 at 10:51 AM
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Yes, movies, music and such can be quite cathartic... especially those from certain era of our lives.
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