If you ever dreamed of becoming a Disney princess, psychologists might show you that it is not a good idea. That’s because Disney characters inspired a lot of syndromes and complexes in psychology. And those who suffer from it don’t live happily ever after. Today, we are showing you 10 Real-Life Mental Health Disorders Based on Disney Characters.
If you suffer from the Cinderella Complex, you are one of these women who thinks that the only way they could be happy is by meeting their Prince Charming. Women used to be good housewives and depend on men. But now that we are free to do whatever we want, some women feel like something is missing in their lives when they don’t have a husband by their side.
Peter Pan was the boy who never grew up. It looks like a dream for any child, but it is actually not that good when you are an adult. Those who suffer from the Peter Pan syndrome don’t like to work and just want to have fun. It has a big impact on their career as they are not productive and can’t become experts. They might be dreaming big, but their dreams will never come true if they don’t make any effort.
Stay tuned to hear more about real-life mental health disorders based on Disney Characters and movies like Sleeping Beauty, Snow White, Bambi, Ugly Duckling, Beauty and the Beast, and Rapunzel. What do you think is the worst syndrome or complex on this list? Don’t be shy to answer in the comments section down below. We love to hear what you think.