Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Finding Normal aims to portray a woman who finds greater meaning in her life by learning to care more about those around her, although it's directly tied to her conversion to Christianity. There's a brief scene of a girl going into shock from a bee sting, but she's saved with a dramatic stab from an EpiPen. A character reveals a cancer diagnosis and that he doesn't have too long to live. There's an overt focus on praying, a sermon, and strong stereotypes about small-town life as superior to big-city living and the kindness and goodness of believers over the shallow self-absorption of nonbelievers.
Couples kiss briefly in two instances.
A girl is stung by a bee and goes into shock and later is saved by the stab of an EpiPen. A character reveals a cancer diagnosis and that he doesn't have too long to live.
"Oh my God."
Quality of life and relationships are more important than money; helping others is important; judging people whose lives are different from yours is wrong; stereotypes about intelligence in small towns are hurtful.
Drugs / Tobacco /