Last night I watched “Philomena,” a powerful British movie with a woman (Judi Dench) and a journalist who tries to help her. She had a son out of wedlock in Ireland and was forced to live in a Catholic convent. It's based on a true story. Her son was later taken away from her and given to adopted parents and she spent most of her life trying to find him or at least learn what became of him. It gave her a lot of guilt and anger, and the journalist who went on the search with her for her son was a misanthrope in need of a lot of psychological help. Their journey ends in discoveries about the woman’s son and she, through strong religious faith, reaches a conclusion that is pure TMS. I don’t want to say more or reveal the ending, but highly recommend it as a movie full of wisdom for anyone, but especially TMS sufferers. It’s available on DVD for rent at Netflix or Red Box.