"I was recently involved in a massive car accident. I’m a nanny, was driving my charges home when a man ran a red light and struck me. We are all fine. My car’s totaled. The firefighters said if the man had hit a inch or two closer, I would’ve been paralyzed or dead. When the collision happened, Let It Go was playing. The kids were talking about it and singing it, along with other Disney songs, to make me feel better. I’ll be always be grateful to Disney for their songs, because I feel better."
"I have severe social anxiety and whenever I feel like giving up, I listen to I Can Go The Distance from Hurcules and Son of Man from Tarzan, Those songs help boost my confidence up enough to help me get through the day. But I really can’t let anyone know how much those songs mean to me because I’m afraid of the judgment I will get from that and it makes me sad."
"School and life has been hectic for a while. I have actually made a 50 song playlist from 17 different disney movies, and when my day goes from bad to worse, I blast the songs, and I feel a little better."
"I’m bipolar and I really hate it, nobody knows but my parents. They support me and help me everytime, so they realized that I feel better watching Disney movies and now everytime I’m mad my mom goes to my room at night and sings "you can fly" to me. That really makes me feel a lot better. I don’t where would l be without Disney or my parents"
"I’m 20 years old and I’ve always wanted to make Disney song covers and dress up like the characters, but I’m afraid that some people will make fun of me."
"One thing I love doing in the summer is pulling up to stoplights, blaring Disney songs out the car window, and headbanging to them as if they are heavy metal. The other motorists’ reactions are priceless."
"I love Disney with all my heart. Especially the musical arrangements. It’s just that one of my secret loves in the Disney fandom is original songs mixed with hardcore rap music. Part of my iPod is dedicated to it, in fact. But everybody says I’m making fun of it or it’s ruining the original. Can’t I have an appreciation for both?"
"I am so lucky and happy that my two sisters share the same love for Disney that I do. I can just play any Disney song on my phone and they will join in with me. It makes me so happy."
"Each day I try to sing, hum along to or listen to a Disney song at least once; it’s brilliant for soothing or bringing optimism; or a splash of fun on duller days, or brightening (even if only a little) the bad days. I sing/play So this is love, God help the outcasts and Go the distance the most; so I’m also a bit curious about what my song choices may say about me…"
“I used to feel that I couldn’t talk about Disney with my friends because they would get annoyed but my new group love Disney as much as me and if I burst out into any Disney song they would all join in automatically”