One thing that keeps me wonder, why did the original authors decide not to name the Prince? Is he a symbol to every man appearing suddenly in our lives? Is he supposed to be the one who becomes fascinated with our voices, beauty, spirit, and who we are, for who we are? He takes a secondary role, yet his impact on Snow White makes her wish for him to come and save her and so he has this mysterious shadow behind the scenes.
The problem with the Victim to Victory story of the Disney Princesses is the message that has been transmitted along the years to billions of young girls who admire the glamour of the princesses and their subconscious mind gets bombarded with “I’m a princess!” “I’m a princess!” Which princess? Any of the Disney princesses that the little girl resonates with, buys her costumes, and searches for The Prince.
Every blog post after that will be about one of Disney Princesses’ story and how her Happily Ever After story might have unfolded following the different skills and tools I’ll help her gain. But I’ll not stop only there, I’ll help her prince as well. This is actually part of my forthcoming book: “Marriage: Not Just A Fairy Tale!”