15 hours ago with 32,369 notes — via disneyfreak94, © loveholic198






Or, you know, you could just stop saying sorry.

"i have a problem i can’t control" 

"stop having that problem omg" 


Hi… Gonna go all SJ here, so let me apologize in advance for that, but people who say “sorry” a lot typically say it to avoid being yelled at or treated harshly.  …and in my case, it was because I had a mother who blamed me for everything and kissing her feet was the only way to dodge a beating. 

So!  Just so you know!  I’m sure that’s not the case for everyone, but if someone apologizes frequently, then it might be because they were conditioned to be that way.

THIS. This is me. I apologize literally for EVERYTHING. I’ve had people I know tell me to stop saying sorry or get annoyed with me for apologizing so much but it is something that I literally can’t control. I grew up in an abusive household and was taught that everything was my fault. Growing up with that, I say sorry for things that I shouldn’t be sorry for. I take the blame for everything when I haven’t done anything. I wish people could just understand that’s how some people are. 

Here’s some things you say/do to people who say sorry a lot:

1.) Instead of saying “Stop apologizing” or “Stop saying sorry”, try saying “You did nothing wrong. No need to apologize.”  This helps so much (atleast for me) because people who say sorry a lot tend to say it because they think everything is their fault or as a way out of being treated badly. Saying this really helps the person to feel some comfort and can help them deal with it.

2.) Drop it and move on. If you are ignored by them saying sorry, stop telling them to stop saying it and just move on to another topic. Something happy and fresh.

3.) Reassure the person who says sorry that you arn’t angry or upset with them. This is a huge one.  We say sorry so often to avoid you being angry at us or because we feel like we are bothering you.  Reassuring that person that you still love and care for them (whether it be in a friend or intimate way) will help that person significantly. 

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YO in France

Is Tiana’s hair the hair of the mother from the Iron Giant??

So I seriously am in love with Snow White’s new hair. Cinderella looks beautiful, Anna rocks the curls, Elsa is so pretty, Meg looks adorable and Tiana looks so freaken gorgeous. I think almost all of these go together amazing! Merida and Jane are the only one’s whose hairstyles they have tried on look a little off (and I think that’s because Merida has such a unique facial structure and Jane is wearing Snow White’s hair which is proportioned differently. Amazing job!

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Elsa sketches just because :D


Elsa sketches just because :D

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How do you spell Adventure?

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"Walt Disney was more important than all the politicians we’ve ever had. They pretended optimism. He was optimism. He has done more to change the world for the good than almost any politician who ever lived."
— Ray Bradbury (via musictoasoul)
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Wherever I am, I always find myself looking out the window, wishing I was somewhere else. - Angelina Jolie



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Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it.

Our fate lives within us, you only have to be brave enough to see it.

1 day ago with 611 notes — via youronceuponadisney, © mickeyandcompany

What is also fascinating about this film is that the villainess (Gothel) masks her villainy in the guise of love. She does not have the wealth of Cruella De Ville, nor the magic of Sleeping Beauty’s Maleficent. She is only equipped with an arsenal of emotional manipulation and self-esteem grenades, designed to keep Rapunzel afraid of the world and herself. As such, she is an amazing archetype for the devouring mother that many women must (to greater or lesser degrees) face in order to get free, and fully come into their own. [x]

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disney tumblr avatars → meg + i won’t say i’m in love

no credit is necessary, however it’s appreciated. don’t claim them as your own—respect my work!

1 day ago with 325 notes — via elsaflake, © rememberingwalt




I submit the intro for Hunchback of Notre Dame beats Circle of Life raw.

Especially since the former doesn’t have flocks of pink birds that immediately make me think, “Sure, Disney, you weren’t influenced at all by Osamu Tezuka. Tell us another one.”

This movie was surprisingly hardcore for a Disney retelling of Victor Hugo’s really screwed up story.

It also did a ton of great stuff with God and religion and Catholicism that somehow managed to still be about people and not bring “Why Religion Sucks” into the whole thing, which is aces.

One thing that surprises me is how well the animation has aged. Strangely enough, it looked weird at the time; we weren’t really used to traditional animation blended with computer backgrounds. But now that pretty much everything is computer animated, you can really appreciate how effin’ gorgeous the Cathedral backgrounds are.

Also, God Help the Outcasts is the most honest song featured in a Disney movie. “Honest” meaning it doesn’t feel manufactured specifically to be played in a suburbanite van ferrying kids to McDonalds. It’s raw, open, and genuine.

(Needless to say, there is nothing suburban about Hellfire, ho ho ho. Will we ever again see a Disney villain essentially sing, “Help me Mary, I have an unholy erection?”)

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Simba, let me tell you something that my father told me. Look at the stars. The great kings of the past look down on us from those stars. So whenever you feel alone, just remember that those kings will always be there to guide you. And so will I.

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Winnie The Pooh Bear