Grief is a journey, not a destination. And while grief is a process, healing is a choice.
Warning: Contains spoilers for “WandaVision”
When I choose to watch a Marvel movie, it’s because I want to watch something fun. My reason for watching “WandaVision” was no different. A sitcom-through-the-decades with superheroes as the main characters? Sounded fun to me. And it was. Until I realized something else was happening.
Through “WandaVision” Marvel asks the question: “What happens when one of our most powerful heroes must confront all her trauma and grief?”
With each episode, I began to see the layers of that grief exposed. I saw Wanda manifest denial by creating an entire reality of her own in the Hex. She became angry when people outside of the Hex — and even Vision inside — began to poke holes in her ideal world. She then bargained with Vision as he realized the truth of what Wanda was doing. Later, when Vision couldn’t accept Wanda’s reality, we saw her become depressed.
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