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What Part of Your Mental Health You Struggle With Based on Your Favorite Disney Princess

If you’re a millennial you have probably been categorized in life by some fan-related question. 

“Which cabin would you be in in ‘Percy Jackson?’”

“Which Avenger do you think you are?”

“Who is your favorite Disney princess?”

If I had a penny for every time I’ve been asked that question, I wouldn’t be in debt.

Your favorite Disney princess does say a lot about you though, in my opinion. Living in Orlando, Florida, I can’t walk more than five feet without seeing some form of Disney merchandise, and with that comes stories of what people have gone through, and how they’re currently processing it. I have to say, I’ve seen some trends in regards to favorite Disney princesses and mental health and trauma, and I’m curious to see just how many people really relate to their favorite character’s struggles and coping mechanisms.

If your favorite Disney princess is…


Ah Rapunzel.

Chronically lonely, waiting for someone to listen to her and yet there’s no one around. She’s so used to listening to someone that she thought she could trust, only to find out that she couldn’t.

If Rapunzel is your favorite princess, you probably felt trapped for a while, afraid to make your own decisions because you had no choice but to listen to someone else due to either manipulation or simply you now knowing better. You struggle with trusting your own instincts, and because of that you overly lean on other people and that can sometimes get you in trouble, which is a whole anxiety situation in itself.

Trust your instincts! I know it gives you anxiety, but I promise, you can trust yourself.


How’s that hyper independence going for you? 

Tiana has had no choice but to work two jobs her whole life because there were no handouts, no one she

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