Disney Syndrome (ebook)

Disney Syndrome (ebook)

Author: Daniel Marques
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Parents that allow their children to watch or read fairy-tales alone, often repeating the same movie or book several tines, are allowing them to become exposed to a mind manipulation tool from an early stage.

Title Disney Syndrome (ebook)
Author Daniel Marques
Type ebook

Parents that allow their children to watch or read fairy-tales alone, often repeating the same movie or book several tines, are allowing them to become exposed to a mind manipulation tool from an early stage.

Children are extremely vulnerable to this kind of brainwashing, which later ends up not only affecting their future but also conditioning their entire life in a fatalistic way. “I don’t deserve”, “It’s not for me”, “I don’t have what is needed” or “I’m a bad person”, among others, are expressions, feelings and thoughts, that dominate the mind of a person affected by the effects of such mechanism.

The name of this syndrome isn’t as important here as the context from which it’s acquired and the beliefs that ends up creating in many adults, which then govern their life unaware of this influence. [...]

  1. What is the Disney Syndrome
  2. The Mechanics in the Brainwashing
  3. The Psychological Dilemma
  4. The Metamorphose
  5. The Psychological Disorder
  6. Common Effects
  7. Solutions

What is the Disney Syndrome
  Disney Syndrome, Fairy Tale Syndrome, Princess Syndrome or Cinderella Complex, all represent an increasingly common mental illness in modern societies, revealing behaviors that have transcending symptoms to many aspects in adulthood. They are “based on the idea of femininity portrayed in that story, where a woman is beautiful, graceful, polite, supportive, hardworking, independent, and maligned by the females of her society, but she is not capable of changing her situations with her own actions and must be helped by an outside force, usually a male i.e. the Prince” (Colette Dowling, in Wikipedia).
  Women with this illness dream about “being swept away by a strong Prince Charming, who saves their lives, loves them unconditionally, and gives them everything they want; and, our boys expect to become mesmerized by a beautiful, sweet, loving Princess, to whom they willingly would give the world on a silver platter. Both believe they will be saved from a wicked stepparent, or abusive parents, then go on to live happily ever after. In their world of make believe, life is sweet smelling roses void of thorns” (Bonita Quesinberry, in Cinderella Syndrome). [...]

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