Lessons from Frozen

WARNING!! THIS BLOG POST DOES CONTAIN SPOILERS!!! IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE MOVIE YET GO DO THAT BEFORE READING THIS!!!

So everybody’s been raving about the movie Frozen, and after finally watching it: I totally am too.

One of the major things that everyone loves about Frozen, is that it promotes ‘girl power’. AKA the idea that you don’t need to spend your entire life looking for a man just to be happy. 

More specifically, in my opinion, it tells you that you don’t need a man when you have a sister. Or 
sisters. Or idk sorority sisters. (Or if you never went Greek, friends that are like sisters)

In any case, it tells you that as long as you have each other, you don’t need a man (they’re just an added bonus if you find the right one)

I think that’s a very important point. Why, as sorority women (or women in general), should we spend 
so much time searching for ‘the one’. (And then possibly fighting with each other when we think we’ve found him, and our sisters either don’t approve or maybe even like him too) 

He’s not worth it. When you sign your bid card, and Initiate into your chapter, you become family. 
Family is forever; crushes are not. You may think you’ve found ‘the one’, but if your sister doesn’t 
approve, there’s probably a really good reason why. Like maybe he turns out to be evil, and is only trying to marry you to steal your throne. 

In essence, Frozen teaches us that finding true love isn’t the only way to be happy in life. Or at least 
finding the traditional sense of true love isn’t. 

You can also be happy by finding ‘true love’ with your sisters, or your brothers, or your pets (for all the crazy cat ladies out there! Holla!!). You can find true love in many different ways, you don’t need to 
stress out about finding ‘the one’ to do it. He’ll find you entirely by accident, and you’ll be better off for it.

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