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Frozen the Movie

Unfrozen: How a Disney Movie Gave My Daughter Hope

Cathrin Hagey | Posted 04.30.2014 | Parents
Cathrin Hagey

When my daughter and I finally watched Frozen, it was three days after she had been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS). We walked into the theatre in a highly stressed state, in a degree of shock, but grateful to know what we were dealing with.

Is Frozen the Family Movie of the Year? One Dad Says Yes

David Valdes Greenwood | Posted 02.02.2014 | Parents
David Valdes Greenwood

For children with behavioral challenges or temperaments ill-suited to conformity and social ease, Elsa is a heroine that is truly relatable. She's not allegorical, but a human who screws up, wrestles with the results, and still finds her way to function in a world where she feels atypical.

Will Traditional Disney Princesses Get 'Frozen' Out?

Michelle Cove | Posted 02.02.2014 | Parents
Michelle Cove

Go see this one, moms and dads, because the more we show productions studios with our wallets that we want more versions of "happily ever after," the more options we get. I don't think there's any turning back.