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Fireproof Movie Showing Psych Situations Desolving Family



Saw this on Oprah today. Reactions and over-reactions to normal everyday stressors. Firepfoof looks more like situations in some of our houses and the perils of our lives and family issues and the ways of not dealing with the situations normally. Will also be on the 700 club tomorrow to discuss this as I just saw an advertisement on tv.

Anyway the stressors one experiences and how the people take it out on others like families and the torment...sounds like PTDS issues too. There maybe some help offered here, or at least the ability to bring it into the public's eye the repercussions of dangerous jobs, or working under stressful conditions, and putting one's life on the line.

Looks like a good coorelation could be made with danger, depression, inability to focus, inadequate handling/or not handling life's issues. The ability to view others trying to cope with the unnormal situations we have been placed into. Have not been to the movies for so many years...but might want to get this one when it comes out on DVD.

Don't get into shows but the symptomology of this one struck me. Just my opinion, and I'm sticking with it,

and that's all folks!

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