In mid-June Pixar put out with a new film, called Inside Out. It's about an 11-yr-old girl and her parents who move from Minnesota to California, and how the girl's conflicted emotions help her adjust and navigate the changes. Pixar did a wonderful job creating a visual of the way the brain works. Apparently they consulted with neurological scientists to be as accurate as possible. Although the creators left out one primary emotion (surprise), they nailed it with the other primary emotions. I loved the messages about the importance of feeling all of our feelings, not just the positive ones. If you get a chance to see it, I'd love to hear what you thought of it.