Non Triggering TV/Movies

Divine

Learning
Anyone got any light weight TV/ Movies they'd recommend? For me I avoid romance/ trauma content. Which can be hard as everything is written that way, Let me know what you've found that you enjoy. x

For 'safe' TV I love Bob's Burgers, Golden Girls (though it does contain romance).
 

arfie

MyPTSD Pro
i've been caught up in animated movies lately. many are gentle enough for children with adult themes woven into the plot lines. some of my latest faves:

wish dragon
coco
a whisker away
luca
riverdance
song of the sea
home
 

Vickster

Learning
I think "Unstoppable" with yummy Denzel is exciting and well done. It's a runaway train movie (pretty formulaic), but it always is a good distraction.
 

Freddyt

MyPTSD Pro
First off no screaming in live action. I can deal with a little as long as its not agonal screaming (agonized or painful), its part of a joke, or its followed by lightness and laughter.

Looney Tunes - I have a huge collection of original full length cartoons and they are a favorite.
Shaun the Sheep. Its bright, cheery funny and it has that English sing along theme song, that you inevitably sing along to.
The Muppet Show. Again - Funny, sing along.
The Penguins of Madagascar - again, fun funny, animated.

Seems lots of people here like animated movies a lot too. Snow White, The Jungle Book, The Dark Crystal, Yellow Submarine, are some I have. Stupid silly comedies like Mel Brooks films, Airplane, Blues Brothers, Monty Python movies are good too.
 

NoWhereKnowWhere

MyPTSD Pro
Depends on the trauma but Does the dog die is a good place for basically any trigger you could possibly have. You can check before you watch it also has a really good data base as apposed to Unconsenting media which is specifically for sexual violence. I have stumped that one a couple time with either very new or quite old or obscure films/shows. It’s always my go to first it’s very user friendly but does the dog die does have an app.

Hope this helps.
 
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