Pixar Movie 'Inside Out'

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Anger: A Case Study

In 2015, Pixar movie studios released “Inside Out;” a story about a young girl named Riley moving to California from Minnesota who was experiencing all kinds of emotions involved in starting a new life. The movie is designed for children to understand how five basic emotions: joy, sadness, anger, disgust, and fear, influence their actions and thoughts. Each emotion is depicted visually and verbally through common nuances associated with it. For example, the basic emotion of anger visually characterizes common beliefs about it. He is a bright red creature dressed in a dad business attire. His mouth is the largest feature on his face projecting negativity and frustration as loud as possible. However, when he is extremely
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He used to describe himself as a patient man willing to help whomever and however. But over the past few years he has experience frustration, annoyance, and aggravation more frequently which leads to him “blowing his top” as he describes it. He is quick to snap at his children and wife for no apparent reason at all. Randy’s most recent “blow up” at home was last week. He took his family to a restaurant for lunch, and his wife asked him to stop by the store so she could pick up an avocado and taco shells for tomorrow’s dinner. He was happy to oblige and decided that he and the children would wait in the car since she would only be a few minutes. After waiting 20 minutes in the car, the wife returns with three sacks full of groceries, so Randy became furious. Randy described that he was fine waiting and in a pleasant mood, but as soon as his wife came back to the car with more than what she said, he blew his top. He yelled and belittled his wife for buying more than what she said. Randy was embarrassed to share this story because he admitted how immaturely he responded and how he degraded his wife. He knew that he needed help because this was not the only anger issue within that …show more content…
Broger, in his book, Self-Confrontation: A manual for in-depth discipleship , offers examples of anger becoming sinful, providing Scripture references for proof of anger being sinful. Some examples include, when an individual is quick-tempered or has an angry outburst, Galatians 5:19-20; Ephesians 4:31; and James 1:19, speaks against such actions. If an individual becomes angry and is not merciful, compassionate, and forgiving, Broger cites Nehemiah 9:17; Psalm 86:15; Ephesians 4:32. If an individual seeks vengeance or retaliation against another, evidenced from Romans 12:17-19; Hebrews 10:30 stating this is sinful. When an individual fails to demonstrate the fruit of the Spirit in their thoughts, words, or actions, taught in Galatians 5:22-23. These are a few examples given but not entirely exhaustive concerning sinful

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