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What is Your Disney Princess Personality Type?
When you’re a Disney fan, that love of magic and storytelling is woven into your very DNA. Now you can finally measure that passion with this, the fairy godmother of all personality tests. Take the Myers-Briggs test online, then check this list to see what your Disney princess personality is!
A fierce commitment to your own independence drives everything you do. Nothing makes you more uncomfortable than the idea of relying on others, but you don’t let yourself get caught up in that. Instead, you remain forward-thinking and bright, and hold yourself to a consistently high standard, whether you’re building ice castles or building snowmen.
Inventive and creative, you bring a unique perspective to everything you do and everyone you encounter. If there’s one word that describes you, it’s “curious.” Your desire to understand what things, are and how they work, is relentless, and you have the intellectual willpower to keep working at a problem until you find a solution, whether that problem involves finding out how fire burns or thinking of the word for “street.”
Your charisma and confidence make you a natural leader, and your boldness makes you a trailblazer. Some people see you as stubborn, but in reality, you just refuse to follow a rule unless you understand and agree with why it exists. Continue to be bold and choose your own fate, but don’t forget to consider other’s feelings even as you uphold rationality.
There’s nothing you love more than a spirited debate, and that’s because your sharp mind is constantly craving its next challenge. Your wit and logic make you a formidable opponent to anyone who dares take you on. Be sure to funnel your talents towards standing for justice, and no one will be able to argue with your stance.
Nothing fascinates you more than other people and finding out what makes them tick. While you’re generally cautious, your curiosity overpowers everything else when you’re presented with a good mystery. You seek out information before you make decisions, and you consider what might be around the riverbend before you act on them.
You’re creative and idealistic, with a knack for looking at things in a new way. That means you’re often able to see the potential in others that they may not see themselves. Very sensitive and perceptive, you’re always the first to notice if there’s something there that wasn’t there before.
If you’re one thing, it’s authentic. People are drawn to your strong personality and your talent for communicating, and they’re happy to follow your leadership towards a common goal. Despite your fascination with heritage (Atlantean or not), you’re not afraid of embracing change if it means improving upon the way things have always been done.
You’re enthusiastic, warm, optimistic, and basically a ball of energy. When you feel things, you feel them deeply. That romantic side of you makes it easy for you to channel your energy towards achieving an insurmountable goal, no matter what your personal floating lanterns are. A true diplomat, you can win anyone over with your infectious, endearing positivity.
You act quickly on your instincts, because they all stem from one desire: to do your duty and be of service to others. An incredibly hard worker, your persistence and drive guarantee that any task you do will be done to the best of your abilities. Your protective instincts are so strong that the people you love are nearly untouchable, no matter who’s invading China.
You find contentment within yourself, and you use that skill to create peace and harmony in your environments to the best of your ability. Above all else, you value loyalty and kindness, and you are the first person to model that. Your faith in your dreams and your hard work ensure that someday, your rainbow will come smiling through.
Honest and dedicated, your integrity fuels everything that you do. Accomplishing your goals is important to you, but not more important than how accomplish them. You’d rather work hard to achieve something than have it handed to you without earning it. That dignity and work ethic combine to make you a natural fit for leadership (and possibly a great chef, too).
When there’s a problem, you’re the first one to volunteer to help. You don’t care about the glory, either; you’re just overflowing with compassion and a genuine love for others. People are drawn to your outgoing personality and supportive nature, and your loyalty ensures that once you have a friend, they’re a friend for life … and the more people to share chocolate with, the better.
Your curiosity drives you to explore, and your thoughtful mind encourages you to dream of things that you’ve never experienced. While you enjoy your privacy and are quite happy to entertain yourself, when you meet someone once upon a dream, you’re always friendly and ready to share a smile.
Charming and easygoing, you wear your heart on your sleeve and feel secure in the knowledge that you can win over anyone you meet. You love to explore new environments, and your optimism ensures that you can find the beauty in anything, even when others can’t. Subtlety may not be your strong suit, but on the plus side, that’s how your friends and family know you love them.
Impulsive though you may be, your intelligence makes it hard for you to make a bad decision. Tradition means little to you if you don’t agree with it. Your bluntness ensures that you don’t hesitate to express your opinions; if someone needs to be reminded that you’re not a prize to be won, you’ll remind them.
Life is never boring around you. You have a determination to see the sunny side that can’t be tampered by even the darkest of forests. You love to sing, dance, and share your natural enthusiasm for life with those around you. Just don’t make the mistake of taking apples from just anyone; not everybody is as trustworthy as you are.
What’s your Disney princess personality type? Tell us below!
Tagged as: Aladdin (1992), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), Beauty and the Beast (1991), Brave (2012), Cinderella (1950), Enchanted (2007), Frozen (2013), Mulan (1998), Pocahontas (1995), Sleeping Beauty (1959), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Tangled (2010), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996), The Little Mermaid (1989), The Princess and the Frog (2009)
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