Because she hurt Anna. She wasn't isolating herself for some psychological reason. She just didn't want to hurt anyone again.
Isolating yourself from the entire world and locking yourself in a room with little to no human interaction is absolutely hurtful to your psyche.> She just learned she could control her powers with love so she didn't need to run away again in fear of hurting people. There was no self-discovery.
So going from fearing yourself and isolating others from you to learning to accept yourself and letting those who love you in isn’t self discovery?
Also Elsa’s self discovery?
Disney put a whole fucking song in the movie? Did you need more explanation?>Because the deepest part of Ahtohallan was forbidden. Disney put a fucking song about it in the movie? Did you need more explanation?
It’s never explicitly said that the cave is what freezes her. Could be the memories, could be the cave, could be the revelation of what happened with her grandfather.> Rather than protector, she's the connection between the spirits and humanity. Sort of a middleman, which could be useful is there's conflict between spirits and humans again at some point.
No reason she can’t be at Arendelle and do this.
No reason why she can’t be the queen of Arendelle and do this.> Like I said about, Elsa isolated herself in the first movie to avoid hurting anyone. And living in the forest doesn't mean she's isolating herself anyway. She's pretty much living with the Northurda people as far as we can see at the end of the movie.
Like I said, no reason she can’t be in Arendelle and do this.>>112227788
You’re absolutely right and it’s even worse than Frozen II.