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waltdisneyconfessions:

"I have a half sister. We’re 7 years apart, but we were very close when we were little, especially during the year I lived with her and my dad when I was 13. His house was a bad environment, and I suffered from extreme depression then. Eventually I had to return to my mom’s for the sake of my mental health—a move that was very sudden. I never had the chance to say goodbye to her, and from then on my dad and stepmom refused to let me have any contact with her. I’m 21 now, and every time I watch Frozen it hurts my heart, because I see so much of us in Anna and Elsa. When I hear “Do You Wanna Build A Snowman”, I think of all the times I shut her out. I used to hide in my room when she wanted to play or see me. I’d always yell at her and tell her to go away, but she loved me unconditionally. But before the depression set in, we’d always make up characters and fairy tales, and she seemed to think my storytelling was like my own special kind of “magic”. I wonder if she’s seen Frozen, if she remembers her sister, or what she thinks of me now if she does. She’s 13 now, and if she’s anything like she was back then she’s probably still a lot like Anna. I hope that if she does remember me, and if she’s seen Frozen, maybe it helped her understand why I had to leave. And I hope that like Anna and Elsa, our relationship as sisters can someday thaw and rebuild, despite all the years we’ve spent apart."

waltdisneyconfessions:

"I have a half sister. We’re 7 years apart, but we were very close when we were little, especially during the year I lived with her and my dad when I was 13. His house was a bad environment, and I suffered from extreme depression then. Eventually I had to return to my mom’s for the sake of my mental health—a move that was very sudden. I never had the chance to say goodbye to her, and from then on my dad and stepmom refused to let me have any contact with her. I’m 21 now, and every time I watch Frozen it hurts my heart, because I see so much of us in Anna and Elsa. When I hear “Do You Wanna Build A Snowman”, I think of all the times I shut her out. I used to hide in my room when she wanted to play or see me. I’d always yell at her and tell her to go away, but she loved me unconditionally. But before the depression set in, we’d always make up characters and fairy tales, and she seemed to think my storytelling was like my own special kind of “magic”. I wonder if she’s seen Frozen, if she remembers her sister, or what she thinks of me now if she does. She’s 13 now, and if she’s anything like she was back then she’s probably still a lot like Anna. I hope that if she does remember me, and if she’s seen Frozen, maybe it helped her understand why I had to leave. And I hope that like Anna and Elsa, our relationship as sisters can someday thaw and rebuild, despite all the years we’ve spent apart."

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