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Experience The Meaning of True Love with Disney Frozen


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Disney Frozen comes out in theaters today for your family to enjoy during over Thanksgiving weekend. As the mother of a young daughter, I struggle with teaching her about the meaning of true love. With all of the traditional media having such a strong focus on true love being centered around a man and a woman, I keep trying to help her embrace the meaning that true love is so much more than that. When I saw Disney “Frozen” for the first time, I fell in love with the film. Yes, I loved the visual effects, the lighting, and the animation, but it was the message behind the story that resonated with me and the powerful music that delivers the message.


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I want my daughter to grow-up learning that true love is the moment that her birthmother placed her into my arms as a baby, when her older brother places a bandage on her scraped knee or when her daddy places a cold cloth over her fevered forehead. The message that I have been trying to share with my daughter to help her become the woman that I want her to become is represented in this heartwarming film.


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I had the option of bringing my daughter to a pre-screening of the film, but after seeing the film early in production, I knew that I wanted to take her  to experience the film on our own during opening weekend. This is a wonderful film to experience with your entire family, but if you are a mother of a pre-teen girl, I recommend making a mother/daughter date night out of seeing the film.

You will laugh, you will cry, and you’ll be on the edge of your seat as the story of the two sisters, Elsa and Anna unfold in the Disney film “Frozen.” It is guaranteed to be on of the best films of the year, and a film that your family will not want to miss seeing this coming Thanksgiving weekend.

We attended a screening of the film as a guest of Disney.

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  1. One of the best films of the year for sure!

  2. I love your perspective, seeing the movie through your daughter’s eyes. I can’t wait to share it with my own kids! It has such a beautiful message!

  3. I’m curious, does anyone else think that the possible meaning behind Frozen is very “self fear & doubt” based? Is it possible that Anna is not really Elsa’s sister but her subconscious reminding her of the lovable, childlike mind that she has deep within her but has to hide because of her parents and powers. Is Anna real or just Elsa’s interpretation of what she wants to be. It just seems interesting to me that they don’t see each other for many years and when they do the encounters between them are very awkward and seem distant. Is it possible that those encounters are Elsa simply fighting with her self and her emotions of fear, doubt, etc when if she lets go she will be able to experience her life like she wants to (like Anna) does every day.

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