"Watching Frozen made me feel like I wasn’t alone. I suffer from severe anxiety, and watching Elsa get upset when Anna took her glove, I immediately saw she was about to have an attack. When Anna tells her that there’s snow everywhere, she again starts breathing really rough and looks like she’s about to have an anxiety attack. It makes me a lot better about myself, that even queens can suffer from anxiety disorder and still make it through to the other side. Thank you, Elsa. I believe in myself"
"Elsa’s struggles to keep her ice powers a secret out of fear that people won’t understand her or that she’ll hurt them reminds me of when I used to not tell my friends about my disabilities because I was afraid they’d think I was weird and no longer want to be my friend. When Elsa accepts herself and her ‘imperfections’ in "Let It Go", I teared up a little. Silly as it might sound, this movie reminded me of why I need to accept who I am, despite my difficulties."