I think of Elsa to be one of the more relatable Disney Princesses. Here's my take on her. Please forgive me if I'm wrong. This is just how I see her.

I see Elsa as the depressed princess. She has an amazing talent, but she suffers from something she hasn't learned to control. She fears how it will effect others so she tries to keep it inside. Don't let them in. Dont' let them see that inside you aren't the perfect girl they want you to be. The pain of the affliction trains you to conceal as you try not to feel the torture in your heart and mind. All you want to do is let it go. Give in to what is screaming through your veins day and night. Most I know try different routes with dealing with the storm inside. They numb themselves to it. They let it go by going wild. Trying every fix they can get their hands on to quiet things down a bit. More lock themselves away, like Elsa did. They slam the door on anyone, scared that they will hurt the ones they love. Even more give into the sadness and hurt. They literally drown, having given up on finding a way out.

Love is what is needed to cure the storm. True it doesn't happen right away. It takes work to realize the love around you. To see that you are safe to be you in your environment or to even find the place where you can learn to control the pain instead of fearing of hurting others. However, not many understand. The misunderstanding causes those who are effected to hide. They feel bad that no one gets what is going on or even worse think there is something wrong with themselves because no one else is this bad off. How can the world smile when you are trying to breathe? Love is needed. Just love them. Let them know they are loved. They are not alone. For the first time in forever they do not have to be alone.

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Comment by Bladebearer on May 4, 2016 at 8:53pm
Nikki, yeah,I'm get it. I like that.
Thanks, kingdom warrior.
Comment by Misty Illusion on May 4, 2016 at 1:15pm

Wow, that was kind of profound.

Comment by Nikki on June 22, 2015 at 4:17am
I think it's also about realising that you have more then you think you do, (if that makes sense). Like Elsa didn't really know how much she had taken Anna for granted, until she had been turned to ice. Elsa had been to focused on herself and making sure she didn't do anything wrong, that she totally neglected to think about her sister.

(Can somebody tell me if any of that made sense)
Comment by Nikki on June 23, 2014 at 2:59am

Wow, that is so true. And it's not always drugs, hurting yourself or shutting people out, sometimes it simply throwing yourself into something like sport, school work, your job or stuff like that and just trying to do all you can not to feel that pain.

Comment by Bladebearer on June 6, 2014 at 3:37pm

Agreed, Eden.

Thanks, Becca.

Comment by Eden on December 28, 2013 at 11:27am

That was good but also true to people with bad addictions, like drugs piercing and cutting they want to get away so that's how they do it. But then they relies that they do those things so then they shut them selves away.

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