I've been Pagsulat on this for awhile but I know, I have so many artikulo to write as it is. Anyway, you might be surprised sa pamamagitan ng the rankings.
And credit for litrato goes strictly to disneyspersonalities.tumblr.com. 13. Ariel
I've never been able to relate that much to Ariel, which may be why she used to be one of my least favorites for a long time. I'm not outgoing, I've got social phobia, I'm madami cautious, not that brave, and I'm not rebellious (when I have gone against what my dad wants, it's never big things, and I'd at least try to do it because I felt it was the right thing to do- otherwise, I'm a bit of a rule-follower). I could go on. I will say we're both impulsive, but I'm not dangerously impulsive! It's madami because I'm so indecisive and can only make up my mind at the last minuto which isn't always good for making wise choices. I think we're probably madami alike than I see, but since this is about who I feel I relate to, she's gotta go last.
Too outgoing, adventurous, fearless, and reckless for me.
Merida and I aren't much alike and our interests are totally different. But I do get where she's coming from and like her, I've had a lot of problems with one of my parents as well. It's very frustrating when you don't communicate well with anyone, let alone your parent, who is the one who makes the rules for you. I'm not saying *I* would go to the trouble of making a deal with a witch and giving my mom or dad a magic cake, but I've also blown up at my dad a LOT over the years because he's very immature and I'm very impatient. So I at least understand her frustration. But since I've grown up I don't relate to the feisty/adventurous types much now.
Similar family problems, but too much of a willful tomboy.
On the surface I can see many similarities between us: we yearn for company like anyone else but also pag-ibig solitude, we're artistic, quiet, and follow the rules. But even when I was way into the nagyelo hype I had a hard time understanding where Elsa was coming from. I'm not sure if that's just me or inconsistent Pagsulat in the movie. I didn't get why she never even tried another way to control her powers, why she sent a snow monster after Anna, why she spends the whole movie trying to avoid hurting people if she's just gonna try to kill those guards, etc. Plus I tend to want to trust people madami than she does. I'm not a big optimist, but I don't see the worst side of things either. But Elsa isn't that low because I still relate to the general aspects of her calm, quiet personality. If we could see madami of her personality I might be able to see if I relate to her more.
Superficially similar, but difficult to relate to, especially her situation. I don't think she's "fierce" at all, either.
I don't think Mulan and I are totally different at all, but I've never particularly related to her either. When I watch the movie I don't really agree or disagree with anything she says or does. I don't know, I just feel rather neutral towards her here. But I do see similarities. We hold family high,we're rather awkward and dislike conflict. Though now that I think of it, I would probably also act similarly if I had to pretend to be a man. I'd be totally unsure of what to say that wouldn't give me away. Neither of us is outspoken until we're really determined about something. We're resourceful and analytical, but obviously she's much madami so than I am.
Socially awkward (where do people get 'outspoken' from?), loyal and analytical, but an alien situation to me, and much braver.
I used to not relate to Belle at all, which is why she used to annoy me so much, I guess. I never understood her, like why she never had an adventure if she wanted one soooo badly. Well, now I see it's just because she's too loyal and responsible to go. I would be the same way. I also didn't get that she's just lonely, which is how I feel a lot of the time now. I also don't have a lot of people I can confide in and my boyfriend doesn't even live in my country. I also pag-ibig books, but hobbies don't make me relate to a character. I like to think I'm madami grateful for what I have and I'm not as brave. But looking back, I can kind of see some similarities- I'm a bit of a Disney snob like she's kind of an intellectual snob, we pag-ibig solitude but still want to connect to people, and a part of me still wants adventure "in the great wide somewhere" while I'm stuck in this place. And we're both kind of hipsters. When I was a teen I had this annoying "I'm deep and intellectual and hardly anyone else is" phase too. All right, I still like some hipster stuff and enjoy being different (hopefully not in a special snowflakey way). But we deal with people very different- she usually stands up for herself without thinking if it'll get her into trouble, while I sometimes don't if it isn't worth the trouble. I'm very open about how I feel, and when Belle doesn't do this the Beast almost dies. But I'm surprised how much I can identify her, really, even if she's not my favorite, which shows you don't necessarily have to like someone to relate to their feelings or situation.
Fantasy escapist hipsters, but different ways of thinking and dealing with people.
I think Tiana is very hard for most romance-loving, adventurous Disney fans to relate to for the same reasons I do relate to her: I may be imaginative and daydream a lot but I'm pretty grounded too. I'm very religious, but I try being reasonable and not just expect something to work just
because I have the confidence. I also don't believe wishing on stars really does anything (though I do believe in fate). Mostly, though, it's her situation I relate to. I'm around her age and all I do is work! But unlike her, I would pag-ibig to take a vacation; I just can't afford it. It feels like all I do is work. I don't have a specific goal like her, but I am a hard worker and I would treat Naveen the same way if he was that rude to me. I don't think we're all that alike, but I don't think you have to be like someone to relate to their attitude or situation. However, I don't really look down on people for not being as obsessed with hard work and ambition as she is. Maybe because I'm not ambitious at ALL and enjoy relaxing, but I thought that was too judgmental and rude.
Sassy, practical working girls. Nuff said. VERY different desires, though.
When I became apart of the Disney fandom for real a couple years ago, Rapunzel was the first modern princess I truly felt connected to. I hadn't seen Gusot yet and I was curious (it never looked that good to me but everyone sinabi it was). I watched "When Will My Life Begin?" on youtube and just loved her! Like her, all I did was the same thing everyday (but for me, work- I would much rather have done domestic things all araw because frankly homemaking sounds awesome to me) and wanted to get out and see madami of life, but I couldn't. So I mostly relate to her for that song. But I also pag-ibig art and have tons of hobbies. I hate being bored! I'd pag-ibig to see the floating lights as a summer trip, but honestly I do not connect with her over those. I don't see the big deal- I thought the whole point of going was to see WHO is sending them and why, and I would have tried to find out, but she doesn't, she just sees them, and I never understood why. I would've felt like it was a huge waste of time if I never did what I meant to do there after all that traveling and danger I got into. I also wouldn't defy my parents that way and rationalize it. At best I probably just refused to clean my room when he was getting on my nerves growing up. Anyway, like with Belle they seemed to make her a little too perfect in their attempts at making both universally easy to relate to, but Rapunzel is made to be the quirky girl susunod door you could be best mga kaibigan with in real life who is open with her emotions, and I relate to her madami easily for this.
Designed to be relatable for everyone like Belle with a dorky personality and the "wanting more" goal, but a little too perfect and rebellious.
This is where I start to truly see a connection between me and the princesses. It's sinabi that what annoys us in others can tell us about ourselves, and I agree for the most part here. The things that annoy me most about hasmin are some of the things I'm trying to overcome in myself: how quick she is to get annoyed and her sassy mouth. I'm a little impatient with people I think are being rude, although I wouldn't ipakita it like she does. So some of my flaws are madami like her's, but I would never take what I have for granted on such a big scale like that. I would also never resort to seducing Jafar like that! But still, I can identify with her better qualities, like her resourcefulness. I'm very honest as well, and I do NOT mean that to sound bragging, because it gets me into trouble I don't want sometimes. (Why can't I just white-lie?!) I would like to get out and see madami of the world and I absolutely HATE people talking about me or my life like I'm not there too.
5. Snow White
Relatable flaws and reactions; wants "more" but doesn't necessarily care about only that.
When I was 16 and my dad got custody of me, I was totally in pag-ibig with Snow White and understood her so well. I'm less silly and idealistic like her now, but I still relate to her in ways. I can be motherly and bossy too, and pag-ibig a good romance. However, I've realized now she's much madami outgoing and proactive than I am. I'd feel awkward waking up to see all those strange guys around me, and I'd probably have a harder time faring for myself in a strange situation. But a couple people told me I'm strong for getting through abuse, which is why I connected to her so much when I was younger. She NEVER lets anything bad get her down. Even when I feel depressed and negative, it's pretty easy to get me into a good mood again. We both easily see the beauty and goodness in life and people. She's only at 5 because the tuktok 4 are a little madami like me.
Similar childhoods, naturally sees good, but madami of a leader and none of my flaws.
sa pamamagitan ng this point, it's REALLY hard to rank them because I relate to them almost equally. The listahan might change later on.Some people have sinabi it's only Cinderella's story that everyone can relate to, not Sinderella herself. Well, for some maybe, but I think anyone can relate to her personality. Who hasn't felt frustrated sa pamamagitan ng unfair circumstances beyond their control? Or felt like taking it on out someone else (ahem, Lucifer)? Or fall right away for the first guy who treats you well? The general bits aside, I very much relate to Cinderella's personality. I suppose this is partly why I've always seen her as a very realistically written heroine. She's so frustrated with her unfortunate lot in life but she's a naturally upbeat person who is good at stuffing that frustration to save herself pain. I'm not stuck with an abusive parent anymore, but I VERY much connect to that, even now. I'm stuck working a job I don't think I'm that good at and I'm constantly frustrated with being around hordes of people all the time, thanks to social phobia. I'm pretty stoic and my mom used to get so angry when I didn't ipakita emotion when she wanted me to (so she could yell at me more, as I'm sure Tremaine wanted Cindy to). She has plain resentment and even a temper she can't always hide, and I'm that way as well, and I don't even have her level of admirable patience. We're also quiet, not really solid optimists OR pessimists in general, like fashion and are pretty protective of our pets.
Stoic but mangarap ng gising realists with relatable backgrounds, flaws, and attitudes toward our lives.
Ah, Anna. I thought you'd be a generic spirited young lady trope, and yet here you are this high! I was very surprised how strongly I related to Anna. the madami I analyze the sisters, the madami I understand Anna and the less I get Elsa. (Sorry, Elsa.) I have had bouts of loneliness, even though I'm much less socially bold than she is, and I also liked the wrong guy once. We're both VERY AWKWARD. No kidding. At least, cute/smart guys definitely make me feel this way too. People at work think I'm shy and "need to smile more" but I've always considered myself happy and light-hearted like Anna, honestly, and just because I'm not adorably smiley like she is doesn't mean I can't feel optimistic and happy on the inside. She's MUCH braver and madami reckless than I am, but I still connect with her a lot. I also pag-ibig an anti-social guy who likes antlered mga hayop (moose, though, not reindeer), pag-ibig animals, am very honest about my feelings. We're impulsive to a degree, but less so than Ariel so I relate madami to her for that.
Naturally light-hearted, awkward dorks who shouldn't listen to our hearts so much.
I'm so glad people have been studying Pocahontas' character more, because it's opened my eyes to what a good character she is. I can identify strongly with some things she goes through- not war, of course, but for years, and right now, I'm still struggling to find out what my purpose in life is. What is my destiny? How will I know when to act to fulfill it? Like with Pocahontas, this can cause me to seem passive to others and be indecisive. And like her, I do pray for guidance which can REALLY make me look passive and indecisive. I do also lean on the payo of others quite a bit- I don't know everything about every situation and I like seeing things from different perspectives to figure out the best way of dealing with a problem before pagganap on it. We both REALLY want to make sure we're doing the morally right thing and not just be blindly proactive. I also pag-ibig nature too- if I had her kind of freedom, I'd pag-ibig to be able to explore and see every burol and puno and "go wherever the wind takes me". I've admitted this a lot too- I can be preachy. Pocahontas has a WHOLE SONG where she does nothing but preach about respecting people and the earth. It's hard for us both to just get to the point when there's SO much to say! I also hate conflict. I mean, I argue with my friend and boyfriend a lot, but it's mostly in jest. I HATE too much negativity in the air. In relation to this, we don't always speak up for ourselves. Like I mentioned with Belle, I won't mention how I feel if it'll just cause needless drama. I try to when I see the need to though. Pocahontas also doesn't always stand up for herself (and this causes a domino effect of trouble). The only things I don't really relate to are her rebellious side and some of the INSANELY daring stuff she does. I ain't even standing on the edge of a cliff, much less diving off like some Olympic athlete.
Spiritual nature-lovers who dislike conflict, share flaws, and desire to find our purposes in life.
Of all the princesses that get called too perfect, I understand why Aurora is accused of this the least. Half the time she's criticized as weak, so how can she be both flawed and perfect at the same time? I'm a lot like her and I'm sure not perfect. I'm not just awkward around strangers, I'm phobic. I don't know what to say to guys either, and I can be pretty flustered if I have to make a quick decision like that. I pag-ibig that we have such an introverted, shy princess who is allowed to stay that way and not have to change into a madami outspoken person! Maybe it's because I've spent tons of time analyzing Aurora, but I don't think she's really as hard to relate to as people say. Are you telling me nobody has ever both loved their guardians but resented their overprotectiveness/rules? Or, like I sinabi with Cindy, crushed on the first guy you connect with? And her imaginative side too. (On another note, Elsa has roughly 20 minutos of screen time to match Aurora's 20 minutes, so why is one seen as so ~relatable~ and the other as too unrelatable and hard to understand?) Now, there's several different types of intelligence. I took a iksamen on it and apparently I've got the intrapersonal ("self-reflective") kind where you wonder about your own life and are very aware of your emotions and how you'd react to future circumstances. I believe Aurora is the same way (I might have to do an artikulo on what type each DP has now). I always think about my life, my past, and well as things I'd pag-ibig to have happen but know they probably won't ("But... it's only in my dreams..."). I'm so quiet and stoic-looking I always wonder if people see me as cold, but if you know me you'll know how emotional I am. Like Aurora, sometimes I listen a little too much to my puso and this can cause disappointment, and we both try to do the right thing, even if we would rather actually do what our hearts want. Really, I could write an essay on how alike I think we are, which should tell you something about Aurora supposedly being a two-dimensional character.
Abundance of flaws, values, and attitudes shared between two artistic, reserved, fragile escapists.