Uninterested -> Unlucky -> Lucky -> Unlucky -> Lucky -> Very Lucky.
Okay, well, as complicated as movies that are targeted to largely under eight audiences can be.
From every step in her love life progression, there's a lesson to be learned! Let's walk through it together
Sometimes, you have to prioritize. Starting a successful business, the restaurant of her dreams, was more important to Tiana than dating, which I actually thought was pretty great.
But if you're spending all your time working, you can't expect to have your perfect Prince Charming just pop out of the blue while you're chugging away at the library or putting in sixty hour work weeks. Decide what you want, but then be ready to live with the consequences of your decision!
Don't go around kissing frogs and expecting princes. You're much more likely to end up with a bad taste in your mouth - or worse, if you're Princess Tiana! Being alone is better than being with just anyone.
Likewise, be careful of the company you keep. Hang out with frogs too often adn you might be swallowing flies before you know it, too!
You don't have to force love. If it's real, it has enough momentum of its own to make sure it makes it into your life.
Sometimes other commitments or considerations come up as a blockade to the fairytale happily-ever-after and the guy you thought was the one doesn't end up being the one that you get.
This is another reason why it's extremely important to (as per # 3, above) not give up your own dreams in pursuit of a happy-dappy relationship. Some boys (most boys) aren't forever!
Things might not always work out the way that you planned them, or the way that you thought you wanted them, but you'll find that they might just work out in a way that can still make you very happy. Don't get too set on having things go exactly the way that you see them in your head!
6) Very Lucky
If you're a Disney princess, there will probably be just enough time between you realizing that things didn't turn out the way you expected/wanted for a catchy, but sentimental, musical interlude and you to have the above mentioned revelation (refer to #5). Then, ba-da-boom-ba-da-bing, you'll get exactly what you wanted all along - and more!
Because what's a Disney princess fairytale without a crown and some pixie dust? Putting a ring on it hasn't been enough since 1937.
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