Your Psychological Disorders Determined By Your Favorite Disney Princess

disney princess psychology

Here at TheGloss we spend a lot of time thinking about the Disney movies of our youth, and, when we do so, we find ourselves ever more confused, straying from the straight path of reason and into a dark place, much like Alice in Wonderland did, or Dante (Cozy Inferno, a Disney feature film, coming in 2015). (That was a joke. Because the world ends in 2012).

Were the bad characters really bad? Gaston just seemed like he loved eating eggs! Scar was like JFK! LIKE JFK!

And by that token, were the good characters really that great? Or were they just hopeless neurotics? I mean, probably the latter, right? If that’s the case, let’s look at what your favorite Disney princess indicates about your own psychological disorders.

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    • jazz

      there’s no princess tiana! she’s my favorite!

      • Eve

        Maybe because Tiana’s relatively well-adjusted.

    • Lindsey

      Ariel GAVE UP HER VOICE to be in a relationship. Later, she gave up her family to stay in it… Wrong!

    • CNJ

      You’re forgetting Rapunzel. Clearly a case of reactive attachment disorder. It happens a lot with adopted children.

    • Sarah

      JFK tried to kill his young nephew and then killed his brother in cold blood? Huh I never knew that. I wonder how he came to be president and wasn’t in jail for life…..

      Scar, no matter how you paint it, wasn’t a good guy.