Disney characters are some of the most admired figures in the world. As children, we looked to these characters to set the example of heroism and what kind of person you shouldn’t be. From villains to princesses, these iconic characters all helped shape our personalities and who we are, whether we are willing to admit it or not.
The Walt Disney Corporation has had its share of controversy, and people will never stop analyzing characters from the company’s most iconic movies like “The Little Mermaid”, “The Lion King”, and even “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.” Parents around the world these days are now protesting these Disney characters saying that they set a bad example for children and are setting unrealistic standards of beauty and personality. But at the end of the day, these characters may be more like us than we ever imagined.
Most people are now dealing with some sort of mental disorder, whether it occurred from a rough childhood or it was genetic and came from our biology. Just as we are all different and battling our own demons, Disney characters seem to be dealing with the same thing. Could this make Disney characters more relatable to us than ever? If you think about it, some of their ticks and habits could very well be explained when you explore into their mental stability and whether or not they are suffering from an illness. Check out the video and see if you might share a mental disorder with your favorite Disney character.