This Emotional Life Documentary Report Student’s Name Institution This Emotional Life Documentary Report Through “This Emotional LifeD1” Daniel Gilbert a psychologist in Harvard explores the modern psychology. Great emphasizes revolve around family friends and lovers. This episode focuses on the social relations and especially the relationships that emanate from the attachments by infants. The relationship projects on towards focusing the relationships that exist between the adults. The documentary utilizes every aspect in pursuit of engaging the viewers. All through the episode the documentary narrates individual stories from an array of stories from people going through psychological challenges. The story follows by Adam Gopnik. Relationship issues compel the majority of the Americans to seek therapist assistance. Mother father son daughter husband wife partner friends are the descriptions that narrates the stories of our lives and makes us more than our parts. Humans are beyond every other animals in terms of social life the core reason why we are inscrutably bound to others. When threatened we worry. When they disappear we suffer. Those bonds and connections in the end matters the most. Our happiness whether we like it or not lies on each other’s hands. ReferencesGilbert D. (2015). This Emotional LifeD1 https://youtu.be/4AoNlfS9dnE [...]
The essay must be written based on the YouTube video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AoNlfS9dnE Step 1 - Explain the purpose of the documentary Title of the documentary What is the purpose of the documentary? What is the main message the director wants to get across to the audience? Step 2 - State your prior knowledge of the subject Did you know anything about the subject before you watched the documentary? What did you expect to see? Step 3 - Summarize the documentary What is the documentary about? What are the main categories or events covered? Please provide specific examples of people, situations, or events. Step 4 - Give personal comments Which part of the documentary did you like the most? Why? Was there anything that surprised you? How does the documentary apply to Interpersonal Communication?