“Brain Teasers 2” adds a new emotion “anxiety”. Why this is important for kids.

Anxiety is a new emotion Inverted sequel, where she steals the show in the movie’s trailer. (Pixar)

this Inverted One child development expert says the sequel will deal with some big emotions, which is a good thing.

The trailer for the Disney-Pixar film introduces the character Angst, who arrives with a ton of baggage as Ozzy Osbourne’s Crazy Train plays. The new addition, voiced by Maya Hawke, is a perfect fit as Riley is now a teenager going through puberty, alongside Joy (Amy Poehler), Sadness (Phyllis Smith), Anger (Louis Black) ), fear (Tony Black), but also feel more complex emotions. Hale, replacing Bill Hader) and Disgust (Liza Lapira, replacing Mindy Kaling). Anxiety is also reported to be accompanied by other strong feelings such as burnout, embarrassment and jealousy, but it’s clearly the new scene-stealer.

“I’m super excited about ‘Anxiety,'” director Kelsey Mann told Empire via Direct. There are many different types of anxiety, but we do tend to be socially anxious and want to fit in and be part of a group. Wondering, am I good enough? Children express their emotions much better than I did when I was a child. …I think that’s awesome. We need to talk about it more. I hope this film can really start a conversation.

It embodies children’s life experiences

That’s what psychologist Erin Kennedy Moore hopes. She’s a fan of the original 2015 film because it provides a smart, lively way for kids to understand emotions, and she’s excited to see anxiety added to the mix.

“I think it’s funny that she has a lot of baggage,” Growing Emotionally: A Child’s Guide to Dealing with the Emotions of Friends and Other Children. “I suspect it will be a film that adults and children will enjoy to varying degrees. There will be humor for us as well as for the children.”

Seeing exhausting anxiety in animated form on the big screen will help kids better understand the thoughts of tension and worry that can last longer.

‘I think it’s great that it reflects the kids’ lived experiences,’ said Kennedy-Moore, who added that 80 percent of the patients in her clinic are being treated for anxiety disorders. (According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 9.4% of U.S. children (about 5.8 million people) have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. While temporary and mild anxiety is common, for some Anxiety may be severe enough to interfere with their ability to function in daily life.)

She explains that there is a developmental sequence for children to experience and understand emotions. For example, the average two-year-old can only classify facial expressions as happy or angry. As they grow, they begin to be able to differentiate between angry faces and other negative emotions. Between the ages of 7 and 10, their speed at labeling emotions and identifying less intense emotions increases significantly. So, from a developmental perspective, it makes sense that as Riley gets older, she’s now 13, her feelings become more complicated.

The first movie covered the five basic emotions, but the beauty of being human is that our experiences are so layered and nuanced. “So I’m glad they’re involved,” said Kennedy-Moore, who hopes self-aware emotions like guilt, pride, shame and jealousy can be incorporated and age-appropriate. These are all emotions that children develop as they grow older.

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In the new Inside Out movie, the five existing emotions include joy, sadness, anger, fear, and disgust, in addition to anxiety and other emotions that reportedly include boredom, embarrassment, and jealousy. (Disney Pixar)

She hopes the film will demonstrate something she’s been trying to teach her patients, which is that feelings are not something to be shaken off.

Kennedy-Moore said a lot of the advice children get about dealing with relationships is very general, and she offers her own advice to her children. Kids Ask Dr. Friendtastic Weekly podcast. Some things like deep breathing, that’s fine for the time being, but it doesn’t say anything about how to approach relationships or how you should respond and communicate. Another one I saw was a perforated pillow. Well, I can think of many situations where this simply isn’t an option. This isn’t supported by research, which tells us that aggressive behavior can exacerbate anger.

She continued, “Feelings… are a source of information about ourselves and what’s going on around us. So we want to try to understand that and then choose how to see it and how to respond to it. One analogy I use with kids is : Feels a bit like smells. They can be mild or strong, pleasant or unpleasant, but they are never dangerous.

Kennedy-Moore said she has found that anxious children tend to have vivid imaginations. I never want to limit their imagination, but we can actually use that imagination to deal with anxiety through different strategies.

She’s optimistic that “Inside Out” will further open up conversations about emotions to a broad audience, as the first was Pixar’s sixth-highest-grossing film of all time.

“I was a big fan of the last movie,” she said. I think kids crave this type of messaging. Kids can have these conversations. They are able to understand their emotional lives.them think arrive.

Poehler promises sequel will be more in-depth

When the film’s sequel hits theaters in 2022, Poehler, who plays the blue-haired but ever-optimistic Joey, promises that the sequel will uncover emotional complexities “in greater depth” than the original, as “since the first film “There’s a lot going on,” she told People, “emotional intelligence, how we think about mental health, how our emotions affect our bodies, and what’s really going on in our heads.”

(Disney Pixar)

Poehler’s Joy, the leader of the original gang, must share the control panel with Anxiety and other newcomers who come to stir up trouble. (Disney Pixar)

Interviewed by Entertainment Weekly, this The Smart Girls founder added that she hopes to tell the story of Riley’s life, as well as her future sequels as a woman.

Because at every stage of your life, these feelings you didn’t believe are now taking over your brain, Poehler says.

Brain Teasers 2 It will premiere in theaters on June 14.

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