Therapist Reacts to SOUL 

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What do you do when you either don't know your purpose or feel like you can't live up to it? Joe Gardner and 22 seem to be opposites - one fears life, and the other fears death - but they really struggle with the same fear: failure. Something a lot of us can relate to.
Licensed therapist Jonathan Decker and filmmaker Alan Seawright discuss Pixar's SOUL, a movie Alan very much relates to (and therefore many tears are shed). They talk about living a fulfilling life, family relationships, and the beautiful design and music in this film.
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Written by: Megan Seawright, Jonathan Decker and Alan Seawright
Produced by: Jonathan Decker, Megan Seawright & Alan Seawright
Edited by: Alan Seawright
Director of Photography: Bradley Olsen
English Transcription by: Anna Preis

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Cinema Therapy
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A K 22 horas atrás
@Cinema Therapy I'm a bit late watching all these (school got away from me), but I really wanted to thank you for this episode (this episode & the Anakin one were a one-two punch for me) & especially Alan for always being so vulnerable & honest. This is what I try to do/encourage with everyone around me on a daily basis through my own sharing, so I know how hard/nerve-wracking it can be. But it's beautiful & so needed so people can see by example that vulnerability isn't just ok, but necessary for connection - and thus happiness, fulfillment, community, etc. I am always grateful for the sharing and both of your thoughtful & insightful comments. Sending so much love your way ❤❤❤
Cinema Therapy
Cinema Therapy 3 dias atrás
@Scarlet Harlot great idea! Coming soon to our membership site :)
Scarlet Harlot
Scarlet Harlot 3 dias atrás
This whole series is just so incredibly amazing! I wonder, would you guys ever think about doing a live viewing for a specific movie to try and let viewers be vulnerable like this? I know y'all do live viewings, but I guess I mean slightly more structured. Probably would be too involved to make work, but would be a cool idea
Nathan Gemmell
Nathan Gemmell 5 dias atrás
You should do one about Shera
Blessed Neo Makgetla
Blessed Neo Makgetla 11 dias atrás
To the filmmaker guy, you carry so much passion... I am the younger version of you (not to say that you're old or anything). I'd like to work with you one day. When you have an idea of a film, short or feature..please find me.. I'm a film person too. And thank you!
SheffNation Hora atrás
This was amazing. Thank you and God bless!
Laura Lipponen
Laura Lipponen 3 horas atrás
I am low key disappointed this video did not have the best joke in the movie.... Make a trade!
Laura Lipponen
Laura Lipponen 3 horas atrás
"The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time."
Daylover 5 horas atrás
25:00 no that's not everything living life is and making you're own life experience :-)
Patient Zeero
Patient Zeero 7 horas atrás
never I did I think that being called a meat sack could be such a nice compliment
Vaishnavi Indikar
Vaishnavi Indikar 7 horas atrás
Jonathan: Go out and get yourself something nice Me, in a nation wide lockdown: 👀
themandalor38501 9 horas atrás
Going back and watching this again reminds me of one of my favorite movies - 'The Last Samurai' - not just because of the message in it, but because I also love the cinematics and the scenes the filmmakers created.
Juan Cisneros
Juan Cisneros 10 horas atrás
serious question, did someone cry? lol
Starlight Skux
Starlight Skux 13 horas atrás
Man, I love you Alan. How touching
Angie Ramíres
Angie Ramíres 13 horas atrás
Tammy Gant
Tammy Gant 17 horas atrás
This video, every video, this channel, your insight, your friendship, your vulnerability, --one day I will capture all that those things have meant to me. I've been with this channel since Groundhog's Day and I watch (and re-watch and re-watch) every video. Thank you for doing this. Thank you for creating this community. Thank you for sharing. Y'all are amazzzing!! (with three z's) :D PS I'm always crying right along with ya Alan. . .
Angela Roso
Angela Roso 18 horas atrás
i have watched 3 of these in a row and i cannot stop crying! yall hit me right in the feels! like god damn
Angela Roso
Angela Roso 18 horas atrás
yall got my sub
Cotton Candy Queen
Cotton Candy Queen 18 horas atrás
5:53, i really needed this. Especially with school being a huge weight on my shoulders and french class being so hard, it was very sweet and i thank you guys for it
thediamondshard 21 hora atrás
“Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.”
Alan Hammond
Alan Hammond Dia atrás
This Alan is crying with you too.
Syberyah Dia atrás
Brian Hull's video on this movie and passion vs obsession is also really good, in my opinion.
Syberyah Dia atrás
19:00 "You think you can do these things, but you *can't,* Nemo!"
Aya chan
Aya chan Dia atrás
Look im crying like im a bitch
Mili Rodriguez
Mili Rodriguez Dia atrás
I just want to thank you guys for all the insight you guys put in coming together. You have helped me released all the weight and emotions I have bottled up. I sometimes felt like I was like Joy from Inside Out because I wanted to see the happy side of everything. Though there's no wrong and being positive, I wasn't facing my emotions and it helped be break down a little. One of my fears was this. It was knowing that I would live a life where I wasn't succeeding in anything or "wasting" my life and leaving it without accomplishing what I a meant to do. I am in my 20s and studying to get my art major. I fear that I don't fully know who I really want to be or what I want to do in life. I never really came across to face this until watching this that helped me release my emotions on this. To relief the feelings I have around it of living and not actually live or complete my goals. Thank you for giving us a safe space and helping us see that we are not alone. We are different, yet we all connect one way or another in this universe 💛(I apologize, my words may be all over the place)
Sarah H.
Sarah H. Dia atrás
16:45 The first time I watched this movie I missed all the little nuances and the heavier emotional bits. Now watching this video, that line hit me like a truck and I'm still crying after the video's over. I've been stuck in the same place for the past 6-7 years and I go to bed with this thought every single night This movie is among Pixar's best IMO, right next to Inside Out and Up on my top 3 list
mimma931109 Dia atrás
1:27 i legit watched the movie rn and came to this immediately
Dolores Martínez
“Estar agradecido por cada día de la vida, agradecido de estar aquí”.💚
Julio 2 dias atrás
Through my anxieties and searching what the meaning of life was, my personal conclusion was: Legacy. The meaning of life - to me - is whatever I leave behind, the impact of my actions.
Hustlnwithkkev 2 dias atrás
React to super me and the white tiger
Lauren Fox
Lauren Fox 2 dias atrás
Alan is crying. And now I’m crying. Thanks for sharing the Spielberg story.
Kat 2 dias atrás
I've already seen this movie, but you made me want to watch it again. It was really eye-opening for me, as I always struggled with my passion and what I want to do for a living. I still haven't figured it out yet, but I now know that if I'm open to experiences and mistakes, if I'm not afraid to fail, I will find it eventually! :)
Lisa Gautier
Lisa Gautier 2 dias atrás
I'm kind of bingewatching all the 'Cinema Therapy' episodes right now, by watching the films and then the analisis, and you guys make me cry every-single-time in all those DAMN PIXAR EPISODES, I swear... ! Thanks for being that vulnerable and tender in front of the camera, not everyone has the strength to do it, and you two are ones of the bravest men of the BRdesk game honestly. I'm a 20 yo french girl who's dream is to become a drama actress... but is this my spark ? Or my purpose ? I really don't know, and I'm lost almost 24/7 on what my life is all about. I also relate to Joe a lot (even if I'm ''still young'' as they say and ''still have time'' as they say again) but still, if my life ended now, I'll probably look back at it telling myself that it was pitiful and useless : but you guys really helped me realising it was not only about fullfilling your life goals as quick as possible, but also just about living the life as it goes, being loved and validated by others for your dreams, and that the difference we make is sometimes with the people we encounter on the way... So thanks for all of that. You two are amazing.
Dawn Gooden
Dawn Gooden 2 dias atrás
#cryingwithalan b/c I definitely am. This movie hit home so hard. It's really challenging (for me anyway,) to pave your own way because I spent so much of my life being told what to do, and being led to believe that I couldn't survive on my own without the guidance of others. So, finding my own way in life (at 35...) has been an uphill battle, but it's one that I am so happy to do.
Glinda Mccorkle
Glinda Mccorkle 2 dias atrás
The delicate bongo contradictorily mix because swedish histomorphometrically receive through a deep lily. best, slimy jute
HeShe Garms
HeShe Garms 2 dias atrás
I’m Joe watching this analysis makes me notices even smallest details in this movie and it helps me to question till now what spark do i have...watching soul mend mine also i cried watching this film the amount of pain and emotion just came through out 😊😔🥲
معجزات حقيقية فن القرن ٢١ الحاسة السادسة
This film describe my life now😔😔
Shane c
Shane c 2 dias atrás
The pie? The pie.
zenclaw13 2 dias atrás
Thank you both for this channel! This may not be your purpose, but you are helping a lot of people out there that may feel the same way. I honestly can't thank you enough.
zenclaw13 2 dias atrás
This show has brought me to tears! I am losing my parents to dementia. They never really supported me, but I have come to terms with their short comings. In the end, I found strength in doing things that bring me joy.
roselover411 2 dias atrás
Alan, thank you so much for being so vulnerable and showing us how you connect to this movie and your experiences in life. Just watching a review about how good this movie is and all the themes it carries doesn't have the weight that your words do for me. I feel useless so much of the time, I feel like I've accomplished nothing and gotten nowhere near where I want to be. I'm 26 and I haven't gone back to school to get the Master's I need to do the work I want to do, I don't have any relationships or a family that I want very much, and the job I'm in is not one I want to do any more and it hasn't been for over a year now. I want so much more than this. And listening to you talking about your experiences in your own life makes me feel less like I'll never get to where I want to be. You are able to do so much good even when you're not doing the thing you aspire to be, so maybe I can still do good even though I'm not where I want to be yet. And I can believe a little more that maybe I CAN get there. And now I need to watch Soul. And cry probably at LEAST as much as you did, if not more. I'm not an emotional person but this one is going to hit me real hard.
Rebecca Haynes
Rebecca Haynes 2 dias atrás
love this content as always! and this film does so well at approaching mental health subjects. like i know this was focused mostly on joe, but even 22 was so relatable to me in her struggles with self-worth and how in truth, everyone has inherent worth just in being a soul and life is worth living just in those small mindful moments of being.
Tatiana Tatum
Tatiana Tatum 2 dias atrás
I just want to thank you for the advice of watching this movie. I'm not in the best phase ever. Seeing this movie was such a relief. Such an improve to just love life and love living. Thank you so much for this, really!
Carolina Ingram
Carolina Ingram 2 dias atrás
I’ve always thought that I could only start living once I was in college and able to chase my dream of becoming an artist. Now I realize that I don’t need to have a huge successful art career to be fulfilling my purpose. I can do that right here and now by just creating art because it’s what I’m good at and what I love to do. Thank you so much. This is like the third video of yours that I watched today that made me realize something incredible about my life. Again, thank you so much and keep making videos like these.
pau pazos
pau pazos 2 dias atrás
As a 17 teen year old I have been struggling with depression and anxiety for some years now and I wanted to let you guys know that since I recently found your channel it has helped me go through a lot of tough times so thank you and your work is very well appreciated
Kota King
Kota King 2 dias atrás
Thank you so much for all the amazing and interesting discussions about the movies. It really makes me think about my own life and the relationships I have with the people around me. I think I can speak for a lot of watchers that we feel like we have a strong connection with you. For me it feels like I'm sitting next to you guys watching the movies and it makes me feel so good. I'm also so glad that I'm not the only one that cries every time. My ex always said that crying doesn't solve anything and it makes me look weak (it was a toxic relationship) but I think the total opposite. When we cry we really show ourselves and we dare to be vulnerable and that makes us strong. So Alan, let's stay strong together
Milo Banks
Milo Banks 2 dias atrás
I'm supposed to be special and gifted. I'm supposed to do something really great. My family is full of really smart people; doctors, applied mathematicians, computer scientists. But (like others in my family) got diagnosed with a mental disorder (bipolar schizoaffective disorder if you are curious). I did fine in school, up until BAM psychosis. I tried to hide it, and I think I did pretty well (as well as you can hide something like that). My grades really started to plummet. I started thinking that something horrible was going to happen, but I just didn't know what or when. I started having voices that said some frankly really terrible things. People that knew were worried, so I tried even harder. To show emotions (I still felt them, but just didn't express them). During this all, I was also going through an identity crisis. I realized I was gay, and realized I'm definitely not cis (I don't know what though). Then, I decided to actually tell someone what was going on. That's basically where I'm at now. I've already done it, but they all think I'm faking it to get pills or attention, probably because some have been disappearing from the safe. I don't even know the combination. I really hope this ends, because if it doesn't, it's never going to be even remotely possible for me to live up to all their expectations (not that I could've anyways). Your channel has been a fantastic help, so thank you for what you do.
Angelica Olvera
Angelica Olvera 3 dias atrás
I love this channel so much
Paola Contreras
Paola Contreras 3 dias atrás
Im actually crying, a lot of people say stop watching movies or series, it’s a waste of time. And you guys say but that’s what makes me happy. I feel so identify with that, it’s not a wast of time, it’s not something un useful, it’s actually one of the little thing that I enjoy most from live. Thanks u for making me realize that ♥️😣
OT7 biased Mashups
OT7 biased Mashups 3 dias atrás
Tbh I like how nobody used pronouns for 22 until she got her life badge. Her gender identity developed when she was ready to live. And nobody used they/them because she simply didn't have a gender yet.
Titania Ehnsmith
Titania Ehnsmith 3 dias atrás
I relate with Alan so well! I also aspire to be a filmmaker and animator, and was also inspired by Spielberg, Cameron and other people. I want Alan to know that he has everything it takes and even more, to chase his passions and wow the hell out of everyone! 🤗💚 It's never too late to become awesome and fulfilled in your life!
ψ{Flame End Cyborg Guy}ψ
*sighs* The thing that ended my depresion, so many years ago, was the realisation that my death would not make a mark. There still would be people suffering, even more then i did, and still going on. If my death is meaningles, and life is meaningles, perhaps instead of looking for the purpose i could make one. If i cannot be a man, i shall be a symbol. Life does not have a purpose on its own, but we can make it. No one is damned unless he wants to be damned, and no one is blessed unless he strives to it... Maybe this mindset is wrong. Maybe there awaits warm bed in hevens, but not now. There is so much to be done in this world, to make ones that will come after us suffer less. I don't know what my purpose realy is, but i know, that in the meantime my prime objective is to give people what i hadn't got when i needed it: Hope... Yes, i know i have many problems, and my dark, cruel and bad side is realy strong... But i accepted my darkness, and what otherways would bring me down, i reforged to tools i can use for good. It is what I am, A Good Monster. Lux Sol Adventi my friends, Lux Sol Adventi...
zelphiric Acid
zelphiric Acid 3 dias atrás
Ok, now I'm curious, what movie did he make?
Sam E.
Sam E. 3 dias atrás
they sound like voice actors
Sydney M
Sydney M 3 dias atrás
I'd love to see them react to My Hero Academia. I feel like a lot of themes there would resonate with these guys.
caroline cannon
caroline cannon 3 dias atrás
this is my favorite movie in the world
Athina Dillmann
Athina Dillmann 3 dias atrás
I want to hug Alan so badly. I feel you. I used to be a writer but I haven‘t written in many many months any word. At all. By now I‘ve accepted I‘m not a writer. I used to say „Take that from me and I‘m gonna die.“ I‘m asking myself now and again „You gave up on writing, so what‘s left? Is that everything your life is worth? Nothing.“ It still hurts when I‘m thinking about that but as I said, I‘ve accepted it. My life is not worthless. It’s not spectecular, but it’s my life and because of that it’s precious.
AnimeFreak792 3 dias atrás
I love this film and cried both times I watched it. I cried during this video with Alan as well ❤
Ciara.Chaya 3 dias atrás
This movie reminds me of the time the school wouldn't let me take plant science in the vo/ag department, despite it being a valid science credit- they wanted me to take all these honors and advanced classes because "I could become a doctor!" I've spent my whole life waiting for this movie to come out so that someone will finally tell me I can enjoy the little things and not worry about drive or a mission or all my potential. I just wanted someone to tell me it's okay to be a punchclock salaryman who goes home to a tea kettle and a really soft cat.
alexandra pedersen
alexandra pedersen 3 dias atrás
i cryed my eyes out the first time i saw it. i had to take it in parts and ended up with a migrane
Flxr 4 dias atrás
not me someone who wants to do something related to drawing watching this WHILE drawing and being totally called out at 13:50
DildoSwagins 4 dias atrás
he didnt teach her i tought himself. he is not best at teaching. we dont know what his biggest strenght is
a girl
a girl 4 dias atrás
Guys, you are great. Love Film. Love Psychology. Love your Videos. :)
Martyna 4 dias atrás
these videos you make helped me so much. There are no words to describe now grateful and happy i am that you are there doing what you do. Thank you
Mordring 4 dias atrás
Finally watched Soul this morning so now I could also watch this episode. I love this movie. I can relate to both Joe (passion vs purpose vs mundane responsibilities) and 22 (sometimes I feel like my soul is thousands years old). I'm not tearing up as often as Alan does even while watching Pixar movies but this time my eyes got really wet a lot. Also, bravo Pixar for the punny name of 22 (she wants to get rid of the badge cause she doesn't want to live but she can get rid of the badge after filling it, which happens only if she finds a reason to live. She's a literal Catch-22) Side-note, I'm honestly curious about Jonathan's reaction to blink-and-you-miss-it moment of new souls listing their traits with one stating: "I'm a manipulative megalomaniac who's intensely opportunistic." From psychological point of view that must have been a massive "Oh crap!" moment. Also, Covid should end ASAP cause Alan needs hugs, lots and lots of hugs!
Georgia Bennett
Georgia Bennett 4 dias atrás
Watching this and hearing Alan talk about his mum... it got me. All I wanted to do was to reach through the screen and give him a massive hug
Cameron Russell
Cameron Russell 4 dias atrás
Do the Sherlocks. Like all of them, in a row.
Alma Vasquez
Alma Vasquez 4 dias atrás
Love! Love! Love! This channel. Thank you so much for bringing this to the masses
The Chilled Artist
The Chilled Artist 4 dias atrás
Enjoyed watching you both discuss this movie! I enjoyed it when I watched it the first time but after watching your discussion I think a second viewing is a must. Love your comments about representation also because it truly is a benefit for all.
PaperDayDreams 4 dias atrás
This channel is always so comforting and relaxing. My partner and I were just fighting last night and I was waiting for a reply when I turned on one of Cinema Therapy's videos. It got me calmed down and actually gave advice that could be directly applied to the situation. The argument ended on a much more positive note because of it. Watching these videos is like a hug ♥
GameErica 4 dias atrás
Personally, this movie hit me really hard with the whole spark thing. About how Joe thinks that your spark is your meaning of life, the thing you're good at. I've never been good at anything. I'm okay at a bunch of stuff but I'm not good at anything at all. When I look at my friends I can see the things they're so good at, but I can't do anything. If sparks were a real thing, I don't know what mine would be. I guess I have an advantage since I'm still just a teenager so I still have time to realize what my spark is, but it still makes me feel so,,, useless? What if I never find it? Idk, I'll stop being "I'm 14 and this is deep" while crying with Alan lol (note: I'm 17, not 14)
Pampered Duchess
Pampered Duchess 4 dias atrás
You're doing amazing things, Alan. If there's ever a documentary of my life, I hope we get to collaborate on it. That heart of yours is precisely what the project would need.
Linda Lam
Linda Lam 4 dias atrás
I’ll have to rewatch this movie again and cry.
Ana Maria Lupu
Ana Maria Lupu 5 dias atrás
Alan, I cried with you. It s ok.
Briana 5 dias atrás
Tearin' up with you, Alan.
Poxiepop 5 dias atrás
me trying to rub the tears off - :""""""""(
Poxiepop 5 dias atrás
nobody - me - :"l my eyes are teary but the tears must not get out, go back in tears!
Poxiepop 5 dias atrás
react to dream smp character :")
Zylocibin 5 dias atrás
"tell them about our socials" "we got 'em!"
Spindlewax 5 dias atrás
Since you mentioned Troll 2, I unironically recommend reacting to Best Worst Movie. It's truly profound.
Dimitri Tucker
Dimitri Tucker 5 dias atrás
I’m 30 and I feel like I’m going through a new beginning, sooo......
MusicUnderMyBreath 5 dias atrás
When Alan was telling the story of his mom, I had a flashback to the same feeling when my Grandmother told me I'd make a terrible lawyer. I really wish I could say that I grew up and achieved that dream but no. I just gave up on it. I was about 9 and I don't know what I watched but it was probably some Law and Order show in the '90s then we had supper and a Chinese restaurant and I received a fortune cookie that said I'd make a great lawyer and excitedly I shared it with my Granny. and she said "You? You'd make a terrible lawyer, Your sister on the other hand" and she trailed off. The ironic part is I grew up yes terribly shy and with no confidence except when I'm debating about something. Then I would dig my heels into the ground and make my case. Now, well I kinda want to be a writer since I spent so many hours living in other people's imagination and I want to invoke that feeling in someone else.
Junzu 96
Junzu 96 5 dias atrás
I feel Alan and Joe a lot. My passion is for art. I've been in a hiatus for almost a year because I don't really feel fulfilled at it, I'm lazy, I dont take enough lessons, I could even say that I hate it (in a good way). And I just notice that the thing I'm really talented at is at explaining things. I mean, except when I forget the words, but I'm good at communication, and I mean that through talking, expressing it through art, maybe even music if I try. But I really love learning languages, and I love analyzing stuff, specially people. Actually, what I'm really good at is thinking and analyzing (in the artistic and philosophical way). I'm good at catching feelings, even through text if I know the person it's been a few weeks or more. I'm not good at that whole microexpressions thing tho, like analyzing body language, but I'm really good at feelings. I don't know what should I do with that, but it's nice to understand that about myself. Maybe trying philosophy or psychiatry could be good? Or go on with the language thing. hahaha Also, I watched this movie once, finished it 30min ago. It's been months since I heard about it, and I knew it was very very hyped, but even then I *watched* the movie. It's really hard for me to not to pay attention to something I'm watching, specially a show or a movie, unless I want to. And I'm really proud of myself for feeling this feeling of sadness and crying. I really enjoy when something really connects with me and I feel it so deep it's impossible for me to not even flinch. I haven't been living tho. It's been 12 months I'm stuck inside my house, and like I said at the begging, far too many months that I don't do stuff I want to do. I was so passionate about drawing when I was in high school, but like Joe who had everyone to disagree about it, my teachers would always pick on me about it. I kind of continued out of spite, yk? Just to prove them wrong, that I am good at that and that "art IS my purpose of living. That's all I think about from the moment I wake up to the moment I go to bed." And that spark immediately stopped existing when I left high school. This movie... really resonates with what I am about. And I'm thankful for this channel to exist to analyze it, and for the whole crew who created said movie. I probably am going to continue to do nothing after it? 100%. But at least I'll try to do what I love to do best more often: lay down at the ground at 6-7am, look at the sky and watch the sunrise while drinking a nice cup of coffee listening to music. A big hug from Brazil, I love you guys.
Emack B
Emack B 5 dias atrás
Damn I felt that at 5:00 I guess I’m more like 22 that I thought....I felt like joe the first time I watched. Crazy how aspects of both of them are relatable to me. I think I am 22 and Joe’s fears represent my fears...
musiccabin 5 dias atrás
Actually, watching this is more moving than watching Soul. I loved Soul, but I didn't know watching a critique can feel this connecting!! Thank you guys!
JustRandomStuffseh 5 dias atrás
14:39 Idk but I found it funny how he insert the "my life is meaningless" then stopped 😂
Mina Roy
Mina Roy 5 dias atrás
So good. Been a hot minute, but oh so glad these are here.
Mila 5 dias atrás
And at 4:05 it’s when I left a like.
DAVID RG 5 dias atrás
this movie was criminaly underrated
Lauren M
Lauren M 5 dias atrás
I just want to put this out there, Alan, I personally think you have amounted to more than 99% of people. as a nurse I've seen ppl on their deathbed say to me they wish they followed their true passion, but never had the courage. you still did it, you became a filmmaker which was your dream and passion. you have done everything in your power, and it has now given me the courage to start acting. Live life with no regrets, as much as you can. I also have add/adhd, so rehearsing scripts/being a different character in my mind was something I grew up doing, and now I know I should pursue what I really want, like you did. Love you both so much, and thank you! you're worth so much more than you know
The Slim Creeper
The Slim Creeper 5 dias atrás
What I found the. Ost relatable about NOT going to earth was like the food section of the pre life. Like. HOW could pre life staff think to get these new souls to find a love for the good things in life, when EVERYTHING was tasteless? I mean srsly this sounded more like it would be something, they'd punished me in hell with😅
Bayo Olatunji
Bayo Olatunji 5 dias atrás
life is about people
silvi1734 5 dias atrás
Where was this conversation 7 years ago!! I needed this when my "spark" let me down so hard I stopped doing my passion for three years. I felt like I had failed nearly 20 years of my life and wasted everything for a spot as a bench warmer. It took 3 years of ignoring its existence to get out of that feeling and an old friend asking me to just come out and have some fun in an adult rec league for me to remember my love, my spark but no longer in a way that felt like if I didn't use my talents to excel then I failed. Just to enjoy it and to grow memories. Love your conversation on this one!
Lizzie Crowe
Lizzie Crowe 6 dias atrás
Alan, you ARE making a huge mark. You're giving people who would otherwise be loathe to deal directly with therapy an outlet to look at media and themselves in a more critical, constructive, and emotionally accessible light. You are making a difference in literally millions of lives with just this. But as an artist, you continue to affect people's lives positively. You're doing the good work in 2 ways. Most of us never manage one. That is AWESOME, and you should be so proud.
Leslie Perez
Leslie Perez 6 dias atrás
19:20 You needed to be told that you can never be Steven Spielberg, just like Steven Spielberg can never be, let's say, Wes Anderson. It's not about talent, it's because you're not them, and therefore, given your different personality, your style, your technique, your work will always be different. You needed to hear that you should pursue your dream if you're so sure about it, but don't ever try to become someone else. Be you, the best version of you that you can ever be. That's the only way to shine: when we use the set of cards that life gave us, and make the best out of it.
Victoria Abril
Victoria Abril 6 dias atrás
We need a COCO cinema Therapy
signe palenius
signe palenius 6 dias atrás
5:05 hehe A113
Stacey DeGarmo
Stacey DeGarmo 6 dias atrás
This movie also destroyed me when I watched it. It hits so close to home for me because I am a musician also trying to catch my break. I relate so much to this video too. Thanks for making it!
Jessi Michelle
Jessi Michelle 6 dias atrás
Wow, I’ve never been so happy BRdesk recommended a video to me... subscribed after 10 minutes. Excited for more ❤️
Vik Tor
Vik Tor 6 dias atrás
I feel like you guys would love Koe no Katachi
Young Machi
Young Machi 6 dias atrás
I think an important thing to note is that people have a skewed perspective of what success is. Many people believe that success is having money, fancy things, fame, sex, etc. But true success is about being happy with what we have
Young Machi
Young Machi 6 dias atrás
I've always loved the quote by Albert Einstein "everyone's a genius, but if you judge a fish by it's ability to climb a tree it'll live it's while life believing it's an idiot." It's always reminded me to not compare myself to others and to focus on what I love and what I'm good at, but more importantly what you're good at
Young Machi
Young Machi 6 dias atrás
I've always loved the quote by Albert Einstein "everyone's a genius, but if you judge a fish by it's ability to climb a tree it'll live it's while life believing it's an idiot." It's always reminded me to not compare myself to others and to focus on what I love and what I'm good at
OT7 biased Mashups
OT7 biased Mashups 3 dias atrás
I wish I knew this quote sooner. My entire family talks down to me and treats me like I'm stupid to the point where I believe it. Even though I *know* that I have adhd and depression. It's ingrained in my head that I'm just stupid and that's how it is. And I can't change it.
Elise Lullabee
Elise Lullabee 6 dias atrás
I... find no words. I cried with you, Alan. But it's okay. It's beautiful, even.
Jessina Lopez
Jessina Lopez 6 dias atrás
this is my first time, watching a video from this channel, and I was a ride of emotions. I felt so validated in different feelings and thoughts. I was shown I wasn't alone and #cryingwithalan, which made me feel so connected to not only you guys but also everyone who has watched this. Thank you.
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