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We both love

Most movie romances dwell on the chase, fading to black shortly after both parties first acknowledge that, yeah, maybe they do love each other. In the first few minutes of Like Crazy, Anna (Felicity Jones), a young Englishwoman studying in Los Angeles, leaves a four-page handwritten profession of love under the windshield wiper of a car that belongs to her American teaching assistant Jacob (Anton Yelchin). This girl cuts to the chase, with endearing self-awareness. At the bottom of the letter is a PS: “Please don’t think I’m a nutcase.”

This line makes Jacob smile. “It was a good disclaimer,” he says later, when they’re on their first date, at a café. Jacob is intrigued, unafraid and respectful. There’s something about Anna that he innately trusts and so does the audience; Jones (The Tempest) is a daintier version of Julie Delpy’s character from Before Sunrise—possessing of a romantic soul, yet intellectually engaged and full of promise. She’s irresistible. But Jacob approaches with a modicum of restraint, as if he knows that this relationship could be something monumental. It is. Their attraction is so vivid and heartfelt that it shimmers off the screen in waves and reminds you of what love felt like at 22—both the marvel and the

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Director Drake Doremus (Douchebag) and co-writer Ben York Jones clear out all the customary claptrap that hinder today’s movie romances: class differences, cute misunderstandings, commitment issues. The obstacle they throw in Anna and Jacob’s way is a bureaucratic one; in a haze of love, she overstays her visa. Anna is a child of some privilege, whose parents treat her as an equal, and her assumption is it can all be worked out. But immigration officials are unmoved by the cause of love and she is exiled. Jacob resists moving to London on the grounds that his fledgling furniture-making business is in Los Angeles. Their love is in the hands of lawyers.

The most treasured love stories tend to be the ones about separation – Love Story, The Way We Were, Casablanca, even The Notebook – so Like Crazy bucks no genre conventions in that regard. But by making the procurement of a visa in the post-9/11 world a problem that stretches out over seven years, the filmmakers create an unusual dynamic. On the one hand, it’s all about silly rules on a page, rules that ought to be bent – Anna is an aspiring writer, hardly a terrorist. But having the youthful belief that love makes everything right, she never considers the consequences of ignoring those rules. The movie is about the slow process of understanding that love doesn’t conquer all. That’s a hard lesson, but Doremus and his actors keep it from being a downer; they’ve created characters you feel so tenderly about you want to see them grow up, even when it hurts

With her big, soft eyes and transformative smile, Jones gives the more obviously alluring performance, but Yelchin, who most audiences might know from his role as Chekov in the Star Trek reboot, is also captivating in his own way. His raspy speaking voice is his secret weapon, sandpaper rough but somehow also soft in its invitation; you’d lean in to hear what he’s saying. And though he’s more puckish than dashing, Yelchin ranks with Joseph Gordon-Levitt in terms of young Hollywood talent.

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He plays Jacob as an old fashioned gentleman trapped inside a modernist’s body (his furniture designs are the movie’s funny little disappointment, blocky and unremarkable). So it’s a surprise that Jacob doesn’t offer to marry Anna (as her father observes, contemplating his legal bills, “If you two got married, it would save me a lot of money.”) Both resist this fix, suggesting the doubts that exist within the bubble of this idealized love. Or less charitably, that Doremus and Jones needed an excuse to prolong the narrative long enough to add the complication of new romances for them both, she with a handsome and adoring bore (Charlie Bewley), he with his assistant Sam (Jennifer Lawrence).

If that’s a slipup, the filmmakers make up for it everywhere else. There’s not an extraneous scene, and even the smallest moments — such as when Jacob goes to a London pub with Anna and stands around awkwardly — are ripe with meaning. Watching her with her friends, he sees how outside her life he is. The love they had together, a very brief interlude, exists primarily in a cloud of memory and emotion. Down with him on solid ground is Sam, sympathetic, helpful and devoted. “Do you want your jeans ironed?” she calls out cheerily. Despite how that sounds, Sam isn’t a doormat, nor is she clearly wrong for Jacob. She’d never drive him crazy with love, but maybe that’s not such a bad thing. Which way should he go? Like Crazy ends on a note that leaves both the characters and the audience hanging. Yet there’s a thrill in that ambivalence because it rings so true. Like Crazy is a cinematic love potion and you leave it feeling bewitched.

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Posted by on October 28, 2011 in Love


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A sign of emotional maturity

Emotional maturity refers to people in need regardless of personal circumstances are met, can consciously regulate emotions so moderate a state of mind. Do not need to be met as ecstasy, unmet needs such as anger is not humble. Emotional maturity is marked psychological health. Everyone should make to the community of their own on “feeling with restraint”, strive to mature as soon as their emotions. He Luoke (E. Hurlock) that the emotional maturity consists of four aspects: to stay healthy. They can manage their own health, long-term unremitting physical exercise, effectively prevent fatigue, lack of sleep, headaches, indigestion and other diseases caused by emotional instability. When there is disease, a disease-fighting optimistic psychology. To control the environment. Personal behavior must be constrained by the social environment, to overcome the want to do whatever its own way of thinking; personal interests do not violate the collective interests of individual behavior to comply with codes of conduct, can not be exported wounding, swearing talk, touch dancing, assault, petty theft and so on. Able to resolve the tension to harmless areas. Person’s emotional nature is bipolar, bipolar affective not only damage their own health, and strong negative emotions such as anger, temper, which may hurt others. To enhance the regulation of sentiment, resolve and prevent excessive feelings, repressed emotions into that mood with a social sense of responsibility. Insight into the understanding of society. Insight and understanding of social, human intelligence will enable the growing accumulation of social experience. Society is not self-centered, but to everyone as the center for the collective good center. Insight and understanding of society, will be more self-discipline, more tolerant, more integration, more emotionally mature, and collective fate. In sum, emotional maturity is required psychological maturity. It requires every adult about to or have young people leave home by their parents, entirely dependent on their parents way of life, and gradually into the community, relying on independent and self-cultivation, the ups and downs in the large classroom in the community beat themselves, exercise their own, to In the work, study, learn self-management of life, but also learn to manage others (such as the department’s leadership to let you do), organize a family and educate their children, from a single community of qualified consumers to become builders, producers.1cd4147b572dc3b40ad187c3

Edit this paragraph the nature of the philosophy of emotion

Psychology, the emotion is defined as: “people reflect the objective reality of a special form, is one of the objective things, whether the people’s needs arising from the attitude of the experience.” From this definition can learn: emotion is a subjective experience, subjective attitude or subjective reflection, subjective sense of scope, not part of the objective areas. Dialectical materialism that any subjective human consciousness is a reflection of objective reality, emotions are a special kind of subjective consciousness, must correspond to a particular objective, the key issue is whether to find this particular objective. Not difficult to find, “the objective things, whether the people who need” is actually a classic problem of value judgments, “in line with people’s needs” is a thing of value properties, is an objective reality, “attitude” and “experience” things are people’s understanding of the value of property or to reflect the way, so that psychology can be described as the definition of emotion: “Emotion is a human characteristic of things of value arising from the subjective reflection.” Corresponding to the objective existence of emotions is characteristic of things of value8759287a9b90f2ad2e73b3c2

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Posted by on October 7, 2011 in For Emotional


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For emotional cognition

cebd0017bfa001414a90a7c0Emotions are an integral part of this attitude, it’s inward feelings and attitudes, intention to have coherence, is the attitude of a more complex and physically stable physiological evaluation and experience. Sense of morality and values​​, including emotional aspects, manifested in love, happiness, hatred, disgust, beauty, and so on. “Dictionary of Psychology”, said: “Emotion is one of objective things meets their needs arising from the attitude to experience.” While an ordinary psychology courses also said: “The emotions and feelings are all human things, the attitude of objective experience, but the mood is more inclined to desire the basic needs of the individual’s attitude toward the experience, and emotional needs of the community desires more inclined to the attitude of experience. ”

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(2) people affected by external stimuli and psychological reactions, such as joy, anger, sadness, fear, love, hate and so on. Jin Luyun “Land Code book and the book”: “and read all the pro-Seoul analysis, emotional re-tie, lament it.” Tang Bai “Cassia Court” poem: “Life is a feeling, thought and event led thing.” Wei Wei “Oriental” section Chapter six: “But such feelings also admired the majority of heroes.”

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Posted by on October 6, 2011 in For Emotional


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Love is the strong attachment between people

8d158aee317885192df534bd00Love is the strong attachment between people, intimacy, longing, and single-minded and selfless nothing different its emotional heart. In Chinese culture, love is to live each other’s hearts network, with intimacy, passion and commitment of the properties, and long-term nature of this relationship holds the confidence of private life can also be shared with each other. Love is an integral part of human nature, a narrow sense, refers to the love between the couple, including a broad sense the love between friends and the love between family members. Based on the emotion of love, love in different cultures also developed different characteristics.

a75fb6d3441da45d970a16c911“Love”: Chinese explanation is: “love” and “feeling” of the combination; English: “love”. Love is love, love is giving and dedication; love is mutual attraction between the two and admiration. Between lovers, “Love” is pure, pure, goodness and beauty, reflected both in their hearts the most sincere form of admiration for each other and have a desire to partner each other as their strong desire for life. The couple’s “love” more specifically as follows: Enenaiai, and the U.S. United States, mutual loyalty, mutual trust, emotional specificity, each dedication, work together, help each other, sharing weal and woe, to each other, life together. Love is not sex, regardless of class, regardless of race, that is an attachment from the heart, a kind of care that is love; love, at different times have different definitions. Modern is defined as two people based on certain material conditions and common ideals, in their heart on the other side of the formation of the most sincere admiration and desire to each other as their life partner’s strongest, most stable, most single-minded love. Love always want to stay together there will be a feeling of love even when there is a strong left his (her) to survive, he (she) would like to die the death of his feeling. But in ancient matriarchal society, the ancient patriarchal society, love had a different experience, not simply monogamy. Love is the desire of life, love is the youth of the Imagination, is the meaning of love: Let wisdom and hard-working life, aromatic wine, with expectations and hold on to interpret the movement of life, there is tolerance and understanding with sincerity and trust to write a life of faith . Love is like the time to do everything possible with each other.

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Posted by on September 30, 2011 in Love


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