Venezuelan artist Guada created a series of doodles showing what would happen if Disney princesses visited a psychotherapist called Dr. Pink Giraffe. Growing up with Disney movies, many of us often fantasized about becoming princes and princesses, living in a beautiful castle with our loved ones happily ever after. However, as children, we never questioned how princesses should have felt after going through their hardships to finally have their happy ending. After all, who would have thought that after living with the seven dwarfs, Snow White might have trust issues? Or that Elsa isn’t actually ready to let it go? Or that Cinderella was too quick to fall in love and trust Prince Charming?



By visiting Dr. Pink Giraffe’s office, these princesses realize that it’s normal to feel what they feel for someone who has gone through their hardships. We never questioned how princesses should have felt after going through their hardships to finally have their happy ending. But really, do these stories really tell about the harmless lives of princesses finding their love? Well, Maria Guadarrama takes a slightly deeper dive into their stories and... really, kids, don't just eat food offered by strangers as Snow White did. Scroll down to see Maria Guadarrama's series of what it would be like for Disney princesses going to a psychotherapist.

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#1 Mulan


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#2 Ariel


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#3 Belle


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#4 Elsa


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#5 Aurora


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#6 Cinderella


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#7 Snow White


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#8 Jasmine


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#9 Rapunzel


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#10 Elsa


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