Let's face it: you are more in love with Frozen thank you've ever been with a human being. People let you down: they forget to buy you flowers, they get too drunk, they don't treat you as well as you think you deserve. But Frozen and its characters? They'll never betray you. When you're sad and emotional and just wanting a bit of cheering up, sitting down in your duvet, grabbing some popcorn and sticking Frozen on the TV is a sure-fire way to increase your spirits. The thing is, while you and the Frozen characters have a very special bond (they're basically your family, you've watched the film so many times), often your actual family and your friends don't quite understand your obsession with it. There are only so many times you can do a stand-up performance of the film from beginning to end at family dinners without your loved-ones getting bored and ignoring your attempts at imitating the huge snow monster that Elsa created. Or pretending to be Olaf and melting adorably in front of a fire. So for the first time in forever, let's look at some of the hardest problems Frozen fans have to deal with on a daily basis.