Michael Manacci takes time to examines the themes of grief and sorrow found in Big Hero 6 and as well as a Biblical response.
. The world of Your Lie in April is real and vivid as you watch life happen for these young people. Perhaps, more than most anime that I’ve watched, Your Lie feels authentic. Aside from beautiful visuals and an even more amazing score, Your Lie shows real people in open, honest, and raw ways. While there are many comical breaks to save you from the seriousness of some of the more somber storylines, it handles its topics well.
Today on Geek Devotions, Dallas takes a look at Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway and talks about how past trauma doesn't need to define your future.
This week's episode of Geek Devotions is going to be a bit different. This week we are taking the time to talk about grief. Losing a loved one is hard and when it happens people have to learn how to grieve. This week Dallas takes time to talk about what they've been doing as they've been learning to grieve the loss of a loved one.
Grief is one of those things that we may not be able to predict how we will experience it. Some experience grief with an initial shock factor that leaves them feeling as if they are going through the motions or almost like an out of body experience, while others may feel intense sadness. No two people are exactly alike. However, what is the same is that everyone must process their grief.