Christian music & cardio saved Chris Pratt from being ‘upset & depressed’

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As we discussed, Chris Pratt thought it would be a good idea to do an Instagram post all about how much his simple baby-maker wife adores him and he values her heart right next to a baseball card, and she was lucky enough to “give” him a “healthy daughter.” The IG post was full of really regressive, sexist and ableist language and everyone felt sorry for Anna Faris and their son Jack. Pratt posted that sh-t on Wednesday, and by Thursday evening, he was trending on Twitter and every blog and media outlet was dissecting the terrible IG (which he still hasn’t deleted as of this writing). On Friday, Pratt posted an IG Story about how he was very upset and depressed about… something.

Chris Pratt wasn’t feeling his best after the drama that ensued from the actor’s praise of his second wife Katherine Schwarzenegger for giving him a “healthy daughter” — apparently as opposed to his son with ex Anna Faris, who suffers from several health issues.

“I went to bed last night really kind of upset and depressed and I woke up feeling crappy and I didn’t want to work out,” the “Guardians of the Galaxy” star said in a video posted to his Instagram Story on Friday. But Pratt said he was able to pull himself out of his sadness by getting in some physical activity while simultaneously listening to Christian music.

“I knew that if I put on my Christian music playlist and I got out of the woods and ran that I’d feel better but I just didn’t want to and I did it anyways and gosh was I right. It felt amazing. I got out of the woods, got my blood pumping,” he said. Pratt continued waxing rhapsodic on the virtues of cardio and Christ: “I don’t get emotional that often but I actually got emotional out in the woods,” he said, adding, “It felt like there was another in the fire standing next to me.”

He said he was referencing a song lyric from one of the Christian songs he had been listening to at the time, adding, “That moment, it really captured me and so I just want to say, all glory to God.”

Pratt also urged other fans struggling to try listening to Christian music and getting outside and moving. “If you feel down today, maybe get in an exercise and maybe listen to some good worship music or get the word in ’cause it really helped me this morning,” he said.

[From Page Six]

Clearly, this is his response? Not an apology, not an explanation of “you guys, I didn’t mean it that way” or “I was just being sarcastic and it didn’t land, my bad.” No, he earnestly posted all of that sh-t to Instagram, didn’t delete it and he’s not apologizing for it or explaining it. He’s just assuming an air of wounded grievance, like we’re not churchy and godly enough to understand him and his elevated religiosity. I mean, partly I do feel like “well, this is who he is.” You know what I mean? He’s not pretending to be some smart, cultured, compassionate man who admits when he screws up. He’s the dumbf–k who digs in and listens to Christian music and goes for a run then sermonizes on social media.

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  1. tempest prognosticator says:

    He’s so creepy. I’m ready for him to go far, far away.

    • AlpineWitch says:


      And to be honest, I would only listen to Christian music if it saved me from people like Chris Pratt. I hope he and his sermons disappear into a cave.

  2. clomo says:

    What an odd ball, I really don’t care for him. The worst Chris by far.

  3. Diana says:

    I don’t get this relationship at all… yes they are both beautiful… but beyond attraction for one another, where is the common ground? Her mother is Maria Shriver, unless she takes after her dad? Its all just…. Weird and sad. All these conservatives turn blame on “woke culture” vs. self-reflecting on what they could have possibly said or done to have provoked such a response. These people are truly incapable taking responsibility for themselves, admitting they were wrong or insensitive and apologizing… they just double down on their dumbness. Did this dude get the vaccine, I wonder.

    • Jade says:

      It feels like this guy is preparing to go into politics, no? He is hated by people on the left but it will benefit him with conservatives who will see him as a martyr. (“Woke people are attacking me for being a good traditional christian!”) He married into the good family to get into politics too and I feel it’s not a coincidence. Maybe I’m wrong, I’m not American, but it feels like conservative, evangelistical politician act to my foreign eyes.

      • Magick Wanda says:

        This is exactly what I think. All of this points to building his base to take a run for office. I’m betting his first race is for Governor of California. Hey, California, do the world a favor and when his name appears on a ballot for anything, send him the message that his particular brand of hateful isn’t wanted.

      • Annie says:

        There was a lot of speculation about his political aspirations as soon as he got engaged to Katherine. If this nitwit actually becomes the Governor of California somehow, I’m giving up and walking out into the sea, never to return.

      • Betsy says:

        That’s what it sounded like to me.

      • Diana says:

        You’re right and I should have thought of that!!!!! A guy like this has a chance at winning too unless the rethugs age out but that’s unlikely. It feels like white supremacy and Karen culture is here for the long haul! I hate people so much lol

    • Kkat says:

      In 10 years or so they are going to run him for higher office.
      That’s the reason and attraction , she wants to be first lady. Of the state then the country.
      It’s a future sh*t show in the making

    • Talie says:

      I was intrigued by this too since I only knew the Shrviers to mostly be catholics, but not on the evangelical bent that Pratt seems to subscribe to.

      I think it’s an interesting guess about the politics, but to run on the republican side you have to become very extremist in your language – see what happening in Ohio with JD Vance who has become a completely different person to who he was a few years ago. If Pratt did that, he would almost certainly be done with Hollywood.

      • Haylie says:

        Counterpoint: JD Vance is the same snake then that he is now. People were just too into the poor rural white victimhood narrative post Trump election to see it. I remember how Hillbilly Elegy was used to browbeat the left and justify the election of Trump because “elitism.”

        The dog whistles were strong.

    • Sofia says:

      I said it the other day but I think she wanted a role and purpose in life and decided SAHM/mommy blogger was it and he wanted a wife, someone who would dote on him and also look good at red carpet events. Her family will certainly be of use if he decides to run for anything politically.

      I have nothing against them as a couple because if it’s working for them, it’s working for them you know? Doesn’t mean people can’t or won’t gossip about it though.

      • teecee says:

        I wonder if the Kennedy machine would actually get behind him, though. It would be very bad for the brand to support an Evangelical Republican, even if he was a relation. And he’s only a married-in.

      • Sofia says:

        They don’t have to get behind him but he can use their connections to get in a room with people who will support him.

    • Commonwealthy sounded witty at first says:

      Her dad’s adultery probably did a number on her, understandably so. Evangelicalism and SAHM life may have seemed like a refuge after the hypocrisy of her dad’s Catholicism. She’s young and Pratt seems really wack, so I think she’ll be disillusioned long before he seeks public office. She’ll take her Kennedy credentials and use them as a public servant herself, or she’ll bestow them on a worthier man. She’ll be fine once she gets on the other side of this. Her mom is Maria Shriver, who seems legitly awesome, and her mom’s bestie is Oprah. Plenty of access to strength and wisdom once performative faith inevitably let’s her down.

    • HeyJude says:

      The relationship makes sense if you know the history of the Kennedy family- they’ve been pairing their children in socially advantageous couplings since Joe Kennedy was alive and orchestrating the original Kennedy kid’s lives.

      It’s done very deliberately to make sure- they “marry well”, marry into money and social connections, and so the person picked will fold into the Kennedy clan well.

      Joe (and later on the brothers) put JFK and Jackie together. OKed Ethel and Bobby. All the sisters relationships* like Pat Kennedy and Peter Lawford, they paired Eunice with the decorated Sgt. Shriver. (*All except for Kick who ran off to marry and died shortly after, and Rose who Joe had lobotomized then institutionalize because she was defiant and promiscuous.)

      It goes down to the grandchildren too- Maria married Arnold obviously. RFK Jr. has wed Cheryl Hines. Kerry Kennedy and Andrew Cuomo.

      Now the great-grand children are being coupled as well- obviously Kathleen and Chris. Her brother Patrick has dated several notable people including Miley Cyrus. Conor Kennedy dated Taylor Swift before he was even out of college.

      Chris’s motivations are pretty obvious- increased credibility from her family, you get the Kennedy family machine behind you (particularly handy if he ever wants to turn this sermonizing into political ambition- god help us), and he gets a adoring Stepford-esq wife who will do what he says to.

      • CL says:

        Even though Kick ran off to marry, she also made a socially advantageous choice. She married the heir to the then 10th Duke of Devonshire. Remember the house in “Brideshead Revisited”? That’s the ducal seat.

      • ArtHistorian says:

        The house in Brideshead Revisited is the seat of the Howard family. The ducal seat of the Cavendish family (the Dukes of Devonshire) is Chatsworth House.

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ HeyJude, as I agree with you in regards to Joe Sr taking certain steps to uplift his children for greatness in government and choosing the acceptable partner, ypthough you are right that actors were considered acceptable. I don’t think that this same strategy is still at play. Maria married Arnold, due to love and Arnold had always dreamed of marrying into the Kennedy family before he immigrated. Arnold brought nothing compared to what the Kennedy legacy is and was. As for Katharine marrying Chris, this relationship was ignited by the chance of meeting at church. Chris seems to think that he has won the jackpot in a Stepford wife Katherine. Maria Shriver is incredibly resilient and uses her position, name and connections, to create change that is needed. Katherine was grown and on her own once the affair, and child, came to light. I do think it shattered her relationship with her father, but it I don’t think it was a factor in marrying Chris.

        There will come a day when Chris does something that Katherine will find inexcusable and he is gone. Chris can only continue this charade for so long before his spots start to reappear. As for politics, his skin is much too thin to enter that profession. He had a massive temper tantrum when the Best Chris was circulating.

  4. Léna says:

    Lmao he is so pathetic

  5. Chica71 says:

    The worst Chris and now hiding behind Christianity instead of understanding the issue. Whew!

    • Seraphina says:

      Religion is often used by the weak of mind as a shield when concepts, ideologies and science are too complex for them to understand.

    • Meg says:

      ‘He’s just assuming an air of wounded grievance’
      Yep that’s what that Duggar like culture does, they’re all martyrs and victims

      • BothSidesNow says:

        To add to the fact that he seems to think that what he posted was acceptable is shocking to me. Given the blatant degradation of Anna for Jack, that doesn’t sound like a true Christian to me nor was it intended to be witty like Reynolds. Chris knew what he was posting, posted it and has not any attempts at learning WHY it was wrong.

        Chris Pratt cares about Chris Pratt, then now and will always care only about himself.

  6. Ariel says:

    That first Guardians of the Galaxy movie was good- but his personality makes it hard to re-visit. What a creep.

  7. Mike says:

    I just imagine Chris and Aaron Rogers exchanging bro texts now complaining about all the “woke” people

  8. Sofia says:

    He gets worse and worse every time he speaks.

  9. Grey says:

    Right when I was born, my dad was burned in a fire. He spent over a year in a hospital going through a very painful recovery and as a deeply religious man, he felt that Jesus was in the room with him often, helping him through that period of time.

    I can snark on Chris Pratt for a lot of things, but him being comforted by his faith isn’t one of them.

    • Sofia says:

      First of all, I’m very sorry for what your dad went through. Second of all, I don’t think people are snarking because he’s religious period. But because he uses his faith and hides behind it when people call him a douche.

      • Grey says:

        I am not used to people responding to my comments, haha. I totally see all the points you are all making. I agree that using faith as a shield is weird and not okay, I suppose i thought this post was more about his faith comments and less about the Instagram post. The Instagram was weird and if my own husband posted something like that I would give him a smack. Using faith as a constant deflection and shield from growing and becoming a better human to me seems like the exact opposite of Christianity.

    • Seraphina says:

      My irritation is that he did not address what he said and how it obviously caused major waves. No where did he address his statement or Anna. He obviously doesn’t see an issue with what he said. Now, while I understand he turned to faith to get him through it’s still selfish on his part because there is no effort of empathy towards Anna or his son. And that is the basic foundation of Christianity – to do better and help our fellow human beings. This was all about Chris. He is a narcissist. It’s always about Chris.

      • Merricat says:

        Exactly. He’s upset because of the way people reacted, not with what he said and what was implied by what he said. No consideration whatsoever for the feelings of anyone else.

      • Meg says:

        Exactly-well put

      • BothSidesNow says:

        @ Seraphina, you stated it better than I did. Also, I am sorry that I did not read this far down, as I had pretty much stated the same thing, but not as well as you did.

      • Seraphina says:

        @BothSidesNow, all good. I have done the same many times.

        I will also add that I grew more upset rereading this post because he may have hurt Anna and his son yet he had to use his faith to help himself. From what? People calling him out for acting like an ass. Poor Chris. He can’t even see the irony of it all. Maybe some more workouts and Christian music will help him.

    • teecee says:

      You don’t see the difference between what your father went through and what Pratt is experiencing? Chris is drama queening over people on the internet thinking he’s an asshole, he’s not really going through anything difficult at all. And he knows on some level all of this will be forgotten when his next Marvel film comes out.

    • Lizzie says:

      Your dad sounds wonderful. I know many stories of people experiencing god in their lives. This IG however was an out and out brag, which I find distasteful.

    • Jaded says:

      Your dad sounds like a true hero, and found solace in his religion through a terribly difficult and painful challenge. What Pratt said about his wife was insensitive, ungentlemanly and sarcastic, and now he’s all butt-hurt but is comforted by a run and Christian music instead of apologizing. Big difference.

  10. Mindy_Dopple says:

    Gee golly me, I felt so bad and the lord helped me out – and now it’s all better. I don’t shade their relationship – if she wanted someone to adore and dote on, she got it. If he wanted someone to dote on him and be churchy. Ok perfect match. That’s all relationships are, people meeting and filling each others needs. And people are allowed to change.

    HOWEVER, no one is forcing him to put this online. He didn’t want to let the photos of his daughter speak for themselves. he NEEDED to say HEALTHY daughter. to everyone. If it’s public, the public is going to react. Why don’t celebrities have a private friends family only Instagram?!

  11. Nic919 says:

    I’m so tired of these Christianists using Christ as a shield for all criticism. If they actually paid attention to the words in the gospel, then self reflection and humility would be what they would use to respond to this instead of the victim mentality that pervades society, especially on the right.

    • Meg says:

      Ugh that’s so true

    • Lucy2 says:

      That is exactly what he’s doing. Don’t take a moment of self reflection, or consider the criticism to see if there’s a hint of truth to it, immediately run to play the victim.

      Imagine his PR team was like “hmm, Chris, the reaction to that is not so great. Let’s not make it worse, OK?”
      Chris: “Hold on, let me put on my Christian martyr jacket.”

  12. Woke says:

    He clearly enjoy feeling like a victim. People would respect him more if he just embrace fully who he is instead of playing victim everytime he get dragged because people didn’t like what they saw in him.

  13. Louise177 says:

    I feel like when people say things like “I’m a good Christian” it’s a red flag. It says a lot that Chris didn’t clarify anything and is fine with leaving his post. Feel bad for his son.

    • Lizzie says:

      He is devoutly following the 11th commandment Thou shalt use God as a Source of Superiority.

    • Deering24 says:

      That is always a sign of a faux-Christian.

    • Annie says:

      It is sad that now, if you see an American flag or cross emoji in someone’s Twitter profile, you automatically know that it means that person is a hateful, hypocritical idiot.

    • Meg says:

      After telling a mechanic I was just looking for an estimate on my repairs he tried to tell me ‘but your car isn’t driveable, so you don’t have a choice. We’re doing the work’. I said what? I just drove my car here! He just stared at me so I said I want my keys back, but he walked away.
      A coworker gave them back to me then tried to charge me for the estimate. when I let him know most shops do them for free he said he was a good Christian man and wouldn’t screw me over yet charged me $70. I had a different shop do my repairs after being treated like that and when I explained where I’d been and what happened they were shocked saying yeah most of us don’t charge for estimates

      • Deering24 says:

        And fake Christians like that are all about the money. Funny how they forget about helping others and being kind—they are wedded to their toxic prosperity gospel.

      • MerlinsMom1018 says:

        I automatically bypass ANY shop/mechanics/store that puts the word “christian” on their signs/advertisements, etc…because 9 out of 10 times they certainly aren’t

    • Lucy2 says:

      It’s usually said as a defensive response to them doing some thing awful.

  14. Commonwealthy sounded witty at first says:

    So, I agree his post was weird on a million levels, as well as mean to his first wife and first child. He could have totally said “beautiful daughter.” I also agree with others who said he was attempting a Ryan-Blake cutesy dynamic (he shouldn’t attempt this again).
    That said, I think it’s okay that he didn’t back down? He’s shown who he is, his evangelical fans loved it, everyone else hated it, and we can move on. Maybe he apologized to his ex privately, maybe he didn’t. But as someone who would be pejoratively called woke, I’m okay with someone I disagree with ignoring me and my kind on how his words made us feel. So much less effort than to get worked up that he didn’t get worked up about how we got worked up.
    Getting worked up about his clear signal that he’s moving on helps build his anti-woke clout, and I’m not doing his job for him.
    Also, worst Chris.

    • Goldie says:

      I agree. I didn’t care for his instagram post, but I don’t think he owes the public an explanation or apology. If he’s going to explain himself to anyone, it should be his wife, ex-wife, and of course, his son.

      • Deering24 says:

        Put your business in the street…the street has every right to comment on your business.

      • Christine says:

        Word, Deering. He posted this for the public. His wife, presumably, knows all about his emotions.

    • Meg says:

      But his initial post is public as was his reaction so the benefit of the doubt that maybe he resolved this appropriately in private doesn’t really apply here as he started this whole thing in public and never said he’d spoken with Anna or saw he’d misspoken or anything like that

  15. Malificent says:

    Chrisrtian contemporary music is, with a few exceptions, pretty awful. Trite lyrics, derivative melodies. Every time somebody breaks out a guitar at my church, I want to run screaming. Give me the tunes that have survived hundreds of years of vetting.

    I never told my tween my opinion, but he came back from Confirmation summer camp justifiably ranting about the godawful music. It doesn’t say much for Chris if he likes that pablum.

    • Mcmmom says:

      Regarding Christian music:

      “You’re not making Christianity any better, you’re making rock and roll worse.” – Hank Hill

      Practicing Christian here – and his entire post makes me cringe. If you have to tell me what a great Christian you are, you have totally missed the point of the entire religion (um, hello, Pharisees?).

      Worst Chris(tian) indeed.

    • Seraphina says:

      @Malificent and @Mcmmmom – Yes to all you both wrote. A Christian would think through their words so they don’t cause pain and/or humiliation. And if their words did have that consequence, an apology would be immediate.

    • Eurydice says:

      Lol, I don’t think trite lyrics and derivative melodies are exclusive to Christian contemporary music.

  16. Midnight@theOasis says:

    A dear family friend who is also a minister told me once, “Watch out for those people who are always quoting scripture and using religion as an excuse, they’re the most hypocritical and meanest people you’ll ever know.”

    • Seraphina says:

      Truth. Which is sad. They don’t understand the damage they are doing and how they are turning people off from it.

  17. Jules says:

    Surprise, he’s playing the victim card.

  18. Lizzie says:

    How is he not married to Candice Cameron?

  19. teecee says:

    It’s interesting that many people in this post and the last are calling out his attempts to be like Ryan Reynolds. I think that’s right, but I also think people are starting to get sick of Reynolds’ “I am always Deadpool” schtick too. One day soon that will backfire for him as well.

    • Meg says:

      He’s taking a break right now, I wouldn’t be surprised if his PR team tells him to reel it in to not annoy audiences

  20. Gigi LaMoore says:

    Will forever be tone death and a victim.

  21. Amy Bee says:

    It’s clear everything people said about the post is true. If it weren’t he’d apologize and explain that he didn’t mean anything untoward about his ex wife and special needs son.

  22. Annie says:

    I’m just so curious about whatever the hell happened to him, because when he married Anna Faris, he was nothing like this.

    It feels as if he had a lobotomy and is a completely different person now.

    • Aud says:

      Based on what I’ve read here, his church is a cult.

    • salmonpuff says:

      He has definitely changed. I think a couple of things happened to him. One, he was traumatized by his son’s difficult birth and health issues, and he turned to religion for comfort. At roughly the same time, his career started to take off. He might have been a narcissist and conservative bro-dude all along, but believing his own Marvel hype and that he was chosen by god for a bigger life really magnified those qualities.

      Worst Chris, indeed.

      • EllenOlenska says:

        And if “all glory is to God”, doesn’t that mean his son is just as God intended? After all, God doesn’t make mistakes in that theory. You want to praise God for the good, then anything that may have seemed “ not so good” is also God’s glory.

        This guy is using the Trump dog whistle path to create a second career for himself. He’s probably hiding something big ( and I don’t mean his nascent political career). Let hope his thin skin gets the best of him quickly.

    • Christine says:

      I am completely with you. Anyone who has watched the bloopers from Parks and Rec is with you.

  23. Mslove says:

    Worst. Chris. Ever.

  24. alex says:

    Nothin’ like a lil Christian music and a good work out to clear up the dark void of soul.

  25. detritus says:

    Crisp Rat, full Principle Seymour mode – people are mad at me for something I posted. Am I out of touch? No, it’s the people who are wrong. Thank you, Jesus.

    This new cult really has their brand down pat to suck in narcissistic wealthy beyond ethics idiots. You can always tell a grifter by their willingness to ignore Mark 10:25.

  26. Lunasf17 says:

    It seemed like he got more into this fake Christian religion when he was married to Anna and she wasn’t into it and I felt that caused issues that led to the divorce. Anna is the real winner in all of this. This guy sucks and I don’t get his appeal but he is clearly pandering to his white, conservative, middle America base and he is taking that to the bank.

  27. Celina says:

    Even when I was a Christian, I found Christian music to be awful. I guess it might have some comedy value?

    • frankly says:

      Every thrift store in my city plays christian music exclusively, and as far as I can tell there are only 3 songs, and 2 of them are “I can only imagine…”

      • Deering24 says:

        Heh. I use that as a marker to know what stores to avoid. One of the most depressing shops I’ve ever been in was a beauty-supply place that played that stuff—and treated customers like you’d just entered lockdown. They mercifully lasted only three years or so.

    • Sue says:

      I once went with a friend to her church when I was soul searching. I actually loved the service but I couldn’t get into it because the modern Christian “rock” they played was so cheesy.

  28. RoyalBlue says:

    File this under the folder ‘what not to say’. Hope he learns from this.

  29. Ania says:

    I saw his instagram post and Maria Shriver commented sth along „that’s great, now show us how you look at her!”. And I don’t think she was very amused by this too.

  30. MarcelMarcel says:

    Does your Jesus help you confront issues or he is another excuse to avoid them?
    Because I can imagine a scenario where you listen to gospel music, go for run and think about a parable ie The Heart of Man. Then decide since both your kids are a gift from God the best way to express gratitude is to find a way to equally praise them publicly. And offer a humble apology for implying one child is lesser than another.
    Like boom, there’s a realisation he could have that aligns with his spirituality. And growing up in the church I met people who would see Jack as a divine gift from God. Like all children are miracles. But those who had to fight so hard to stay alive at the beginning or faced obstacles like he has are blessings. All the parishioners would have prayed so hard for his survival and his life would have been literally interpreted as a gift from God.

    But Chris strikes me as a hypocrite who uses his faith as a shield from criticism and a justification for thinking he’s superior.
    I was raised in evangelical churches and knew folks who went to Hillsong. So although I haven’t met him personally, I think I’ve met his type and I’m disappointed. You can either choose Christ to help hold yourself accountable and face your issues… or you can use him as a buffer to avoid accountability.
    Meanwhile, I’m queer so Chris probably thinks I’m going to hell anyways and couldn’t care less about what I think.
    Sucks to be Katherine because she’ll eventually fall off the pedestal he placed her on and he’ll probably punish her for it.
    I hope Anna & Jack are surrounded by so much love & support that his callousness doesn’t register for them.

  31. Mabs A'Mabbin says:


  32. Christine says:

    Listen, I REALLY get foot in mouth disease, I am a sufferer. The fact that he has not remotely backtracked is stunning. He knows how he is being perceived, and he knows the internet is really pissed on Jack’s behalf, and he’s still blah blahing about his tunes and running in the woods.

    Good on you, Anna Faris, for checking all the way out.

  33. Monica says:

    Oh, Worst Chris, get down off the cross. Someone needs the wood.

    • Eve says:


      LOL! My favourite comment. Here’s a medal: 🥇

      Pssst…there’s money too, take it: 💵💶💷

      • Still_Sarah says:

        The comment comes from Dolly Parton’s movie Straight Talk. And it is a wonderful line!

      • Eve says:


        It’s all right. If it weren’t for Monica, I’d probably never know about it.

        Thank you both (Monica for the quote, Still_Sarah for the trivia — I love movies related trivia).

    • Monica says:

      Thanks for the awards, Eve! Always happy to make someone laugh. 😊

      @Still_Sarah So that’s where that comes from! Thanks for chiming in. A good line ought to live forever (with proper attribution going forward 😅).

  34. MangoAngelesque says:

    The. Worst. Chris.

  35. Mrs. Rick Savage says:

    Christian music?….like Creed, Jars of Clay, and Amy Grant😆

  36. FF says:

    Where are his he should get fired from his Marvel franchise comments?

  37. Sue says:

    To be fair, listening to music and exercising are both effective and healthy ways to help with mood disorders like depression. So says my therapist. (they are often not the only ways to deal with it but they do help.)
    K – I said my piece.
    I still think Hillsong views Pratt as their Tom Cruise and it’s getting creepy.

  38. Emily says:

    I dislike when people use depressed to mean sad. You were sad. Depression is a mental illness with diagnostic criteria that makes life difficult. It’s not a consequence of a poorly worded Instagram post or solved with a run in the woods and a good prayer.

    • Eve says:


      Thank you, Emily (Massive Depressive here).

      Although I wasn’t expecting a professional idiot like Pratt to understand the difference.

  39. MerlinsMom1018 says:

    And NOTHING about his son????? Or did I miss something?