“I have a wonderful make-up crew. They’re the same people restoring the Statue of Liberty.” – Bob Hope
Mom Is Sometimes A Kid Too
When it comes to parenting, why is it so hard for a mom to always be the “bigger person”? And how come our kids often evoke such childlike feelings in us?
These are just some of the questions Andy Cohen addresses in this video journey deep into the mind of a mother. She investigates the invisible forces that operate between mother and child, and the secret internal spaces where kids run riot and normal rules don’t apply.
Andy Cohen is an artist, writer, and art counselor, currently training to become a psychoanalyst. She is deeply passionate about creativity and self-repair and works therapeutically with a wide range of groups and individuals using art and/or dialogue as treatment. Andy also writes for a range of parenting hubs with a strong focus on ‘psychoanalytic ideas made simple’ in order to empower families to live fuller, more integrated lives.
One of the positives of the pandemic is that we get an inside look into the lives of celebrities. Not only that, but we can also better identify with stars because they are stuck inside just like us.
Take Courteney Cox who told Ellen she’s been binge-watching “Friends,” and said she doesn’t remember a lot of what happened on the sitcom!
She also commented on the fate of the highly-anticipated reunion special. Courteney then talked about friends who’ve contracted COVID-19 and advised first-time moms on Ellen’s Mother’s Day Show.
Watch the whole interview here
Grocery Store Ad – SNL
An advertisement for a grocery store helps sell less-sought-after products with the help of two employees (Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant).