“TRIGGER WARNING- EATING DISORDER: All of last year I suffered with severe self harm and anorexia/bulimia, until I was told I was a pound away from being hospitalised. After seeing frozen I loved the songs but no longer had he ability to sing them due to purging. Humming Let It Go gave me the ability to stop wanting to throw up. It made me brave enough to gain weight again and still helps me through recovery. I can’t thank it enough.”
"Singing Disney helps me calm down before my exams, without it I’d definitely have a lot more panic attacks!"
"I wish I had been to Disney when I was a little girl. Looking back at it now and going as a teenager, I give a lot more credit to Disney for what they have helped me through."
"When I was little (like two), Winnie the Pooh was my absolute favorite, and I loved him so much that whenever the bees were on the screen I would have a panic attack."
"When I was a kid, around seven years old, I dreamed of knowing what was inside the Epcot sphere. On December 2013, age 21, I went for the first time to Disney World. I loved Animal Kingdom, Disney Hollywood, and, of course, Magic Kingdom, but I´ll never forget the feeling of being at Epcot for the first time."
"My favorite disney movie is The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea. But I feel like disney has completely forgoten about Melody. I would give anything to have the opportunity to meet her at the park. This sounds stupid, but she gives me hope that someday I will be a mermaid"
"No matter what anyone says, I really wish I could have met Walt Disney and just tell him how much the Disney films helped me and are still helping get over my slight depression I’ve had because of bullies from a school I used to go to, and how I hope that one day I can be good enough to work at the Disney Animation Studio."
I take a really cruel, unexplained joy in deleting all the confessions that come in through fanmail
"Alice in Wonderland is like my safety blanket. I watch it whenever I’m feeling sad or out of touch with myself. Watching it brings so much comfort to me."
"I recently came out as genderfluid. I don’t have much support from my parents on the matter and getting myself to admit it was hard. I realized this around the time Frozen came out, and Let it Go definitely inspired me to go at it and be proud of it. And honestly hearing people getting annoyed that people like me can connect with Elsa even though her struggles don’t directly represent mine, is really unfortunate. Something gave me strength and that’s not good enough for you. Thanks."