I did not expect to cry watching Paris Hilton's new documentary "This Is Paris". It did not just touch nostalgia, but also trauma.
There's an argument to watch cringe content. The inability to deal with the emotions elicited highlights how we deal with those feelings in every day life.
A friend of mine was recounting an anecdote she heard before, and mentioned how it was the metaphor of a deep well inside that really made her connect her own story to the one being told. It was such a sweet moment to witness, and of course I took it way out of context and... Continue Reading →