The holidays have become too loud, and all the noise is drowning out what Christmas was meant to celebrate. Perhaps quiet can put things back into perspective.
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Doing so may not always be easy, but empirical research suggests that being grateful can help foster an overall sense of well-being and happiness. Taking note of the many things we have to feel thankful about can play a highly constructive role in the development of our world view and our character.
The Footloose remake had the chance to make it something special, radical even — to develop a female character as something other than a mere motivation for male characters’ development — but instead took the easy way out.