Although home flooding can be at the top of the list when it comes to the biggest stressors, there is still plenty to be thankful for. No, they may not be realistic, but simply comparing your stress to the stress the characters in the following movies must have been going through might be enough to bring you down a notch.
Here are three movies to keep in mind as you practice being thankful that your home flooding wasn’t as bad as:
- Noah. With a story like Noah’s, you just know that the flood is going to be absolutely disastrous. Noah’s flood is the flood to which all other floods are compared. Next time you’re feeling overwhelmed by home flooding, just be thankful that you didn’t have to build a boat to keep your family safe and then live in that for 40 days.
- The Day After Tomorrow. It might not be very realistic, but imagine for a moment that you live in a world like the one the characters in this film inhabited. When compared to the extreme weather in this movie, a home flooding doesn’t seem quite as bad.
- Flood. The title is simple enough, and with this movie you know exactly what you’re in for. This British film depicts a flood that devastates the United Kingdom. Although reviews were generally negative, it’s still a good movie to keep in the back of your head when you’re feeling overwhelmed by a flood of your own.
Now we want you to know that this post isn’t trying to make light of a home flooding. Nor is it saying that what happened in these films is particularly (or even remotely) realistic. What we are saying is that there’s always something to be thankful for. When the odds seem stacked against you, simply knowing that someone (real or fictional) has been in the same boat (literally in the case of Noah) is enough to lift your spirits.
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