Let it Go (Frozen) cover/parody performed by Dr Kimberly Moffit, relationship expert. Dr Kimberly breaks down "The Five Guys To Avoid" and why they're bad for you. Have you ever dated one of these five guys? The Playboy, The Big Spender, The Slacker, The Commitment-Phobe and the Mean and Nasty Guy.
A huge THANK YOU to all of the people who helped make this video happen:
Editing and Post Production: Paul Skinner at Married to Giants www.marriedtogiants.com
Location: The University of Guelph www.uoguelph.ca
Directing: Mitch and Greg at AsapSCIENCE
Track Written, Produced, and Performed by Kimberly Moffit
Makeup and Hair: Louise Griew
Cast (In order of appearance)
Elsa: Kimberly Moffit youtube.com/askkimberly
The Playboy: Anthony Deluca youtube.com/anthonydelucv/
The Big Spender: Greg of AsapSCIENCE youtube.com/asapSCIENCE/
The Slacker: Mitch of AsapSCIENCE youtube.com/AsapSCIENCE/
The Commitment-Phobe: Nathan Ziegler (Kimberly's husband! :-)
The Mean and Nasty Guy: Daniel Coz youtube.com/dcrocktown/
*Please note that this is a parody. If you are having relationship issues there could be a number of solutions that are right for you. Please consult a friend, mentor, or relationship counsellor in your area for personalized advice. Also please note that as a relationship therapist and couples counsellor, Dr. Kimberly does not provide health care, assessment, diagnosis, or care of physical or psychological issues. Thank you!
Thank you so much everyone for your love and support! It was so much fun to make this video and I hope to make more videos like it soon:-) xoxo
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