Kristen Bell Reveals How She Uses ‘Frozen’ to Resolve Conflicts With Her Daugthers

Just when we thought we couldn’t possibly love Kristen Bell more, she goes and shares the most adorable method of child conflict resolution. The Frozen star confessed that she relies on the help of characters Elsa and Anna when her daughters Lincoln, 6, and Delta, 4, are in a sisterly conflict. 

The actress, who voices the beloved character Elsa, revealed to PeopleTV that this is one of the greatest parenting tricks that she has at her disposal. 

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Kristen Bell Reveals How Frozen Helps Her Solve Conflicts Between her Daughters

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“I don’t make them watch the clips, but when I, on a daily basis, watch them try and wring each other’s necks, I say ‘Hm, would Anna and Elsa do this, would Anna and Elsa feel this way about their sister? What would Anna and Elsa do?’ ” 

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Kristen revealed that the girls, whom she shares with husband Dax Shepard, have been responsive to the reminder. 

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“That’s the power of story, right? They respect this story so much and they know this narrative and they know these girls care, so it’s an easy way to pop them out of their anger and think about being kind for a second.” 

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The clever mama is reprising her role of Princess Anna, along with Idina Menzel as Queen Elsa, in the much-anticipated sequel, Frozen 2, which is out today, November 22.

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