As someone who has a horrible fear of feeling unfulfilled and wasting my life, I actually understand Anna’s hasty decision. She had one chance to change her life and try to find the love she hasn’t had in years and took it. It was naive, but she didn’t want to live in a lonely castle ignored for the rest of her life when it looked like she would never be able to reconnect with Elsa again. I wish people looked at it from her perspective more.
I can relate to Elsa in some ways, especially when it comes to anxiety, and the whole ‘conceal, don’t feel’ thing. Lately, I’ve been suspecting that I have a mental disorder of some sort and I honestly don’t know what to do or if I could tell my family about it.
When I was a little girl, my big sister and I we were basically best friends, just like Anna and Elsa, but then, we moved to another house and since then, she stopped playing with me and I never knew the reason why. Then, when Frozen came out, seeing that Anna went through the same thing that I did meant a lot to me, my mother was expecting a baby at that moment, so I promised myself that the baby would never go through what Anna and I lived. To this day I still keep that promise
My older sisters and I have had a lot of things happen the past few years and I don’t get to be with them often, but Disney movies keep bringing us together for our occasional out nights. Our bond has become stronger than ever and I take Elsa and Anna’s relationship to heart because I am reassured we’ll always be together someday and possibly get to go to Disney World.
I like to think that Elsa is asexual like me. Although it would be cool to give Elsa a girlfriend, I kind of hope they will keep her single
I used to hate Elsa, but now, I think I let the fandom dictate my opinion on her. Now, that the Frozen fandom has calmed down a bit, I don’t hate Elsa, in fact, I actually like. She’s not my favorite, and between the Frozen sisters, I prefer Anna, but I realize that I hated the fandom’s portrayal of her more than anything.
I made a swimsuit modeled off of Elsa’s ice dress – long sleeves, that same shade of blue, sparkling embroidered elements on the chest – and it’s really restored my confidence when I go swimming. Instead of worrying that I’m too fat to swim or mentally comparing myself to other girls, I feel serene and queenly. Elsa gave me my confidence back.