Love Lessons We Learned from Disney Films

Hello, Disney Lovers! Whether you are spending the day with your family members or your special someone, I hope everyone is having is having a great Valentine’s Day so far. Because of this season of love, there would not be a more appropriate post for this holiday because today’s post is about some of the love lessons we learned from Disney films!

You should never judge a person by his or her cover(Beauty and the Beast).  Since this is probably my favorite love lesson from a Disney film, I thought I would start it off with this.(The rest are in no particular order.) You should not judge someone by how they look. It just matters on what is on the inside. I mean hey, Belle even fell in love with a beast.


True love is putting someone else’s needs in front of your own (Frozen). True love is not always a love for your spouse. If you truly love someone, you put his or her needs in front of your own. In Frozen, there are several forms of this love. For an example, instead of trying to get to Kristoff, so her heart could be unfrozen, Anna saved Elsa’s life even if that meant she would be frozen forever.


Love is fighting for those who matter most to you (Mulan). Maybe in your situations you do not have to go to war in your father’s place, but you can always stand up for your family members or even your  friends. Comforting them when they are hurting is also fighting for them.


It does not matter how rich or poor that person is(or where he or she comes from, etc.). It only matters if you TRULY love that person(Aladdin). Even though Aladdin was not a prince, Jasmine loved him for who he was. This film shows you should not fall in love with someone just because they are rich.


Be kind even when others are not(Cinderella). I am pretty sure you do not have to deal with your evil stepsisters and stepmother on a daily basic, but this movie shows to be kind to others even if they are not kind to you. Cinderella was kind to her step family even when they were so mean to her.


Cherish every moment with your loved ones (UP). Nothing lasts forever, and sadly, the time spent with your family members will come to an end, so treasure every moment spent with them.


“To laugh at yourself is to love yourself” (Mickey Mouse). There would not be a better way to end this post than a quote from Mickey Mouse himself! Sometimes you just need to laugh at yourself to love yourself.


What are some of your favorite love lessons from Disney films?

Have a magical day!



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15 thoughts on “Love Lessons We Learned from Disney Films

  1. Natalie Davis says:

    It is a really great lesson and is very inspiring! 🙂 I agree, and it would be good if a lot of more people followed it!

  2. Natalie Davis says:

    Aww, thank you so much, Rachel! 🙂 I totally agree about the lessons! Happy Valentine’s Day to you as well!

  3. LaChatBlanc says:

    Aladdin is my favorite Disney Princess movie and Beauty and the Beast is my second. Funny that my favorite lessons in the post are the ones that correlate with those movies!
    Also, I really love that Mickey Mouse quote. Laughing at yourself also helps save your from embarrassment. 😉
    Also, I’ve just nominated you for the 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge. 🙂

  4. Natalie says:

    I love both Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast, too!! Haha, that’s awesome! It’s one of my favorite quotes actually! Aw, thank you so very much; I will definitely look into it! 😉

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