Okay, well I think we're getting pretty close. @Lakis, great illustrations for OS Problem Feeling.
Here's a nice illustration for OS Focus/Direction of Help/Hinder:
BELLE: I want to help you. There must be some way to lift the curse.
The staff exchange looks.
COGSWORTH: Well, there is one--
Lumière candle-smacks him, leaving a waxy smear on his face.
MRS. POTTS: It’s not for you to worry about, lamb. We’ve made our bed and we must lie in it.
Notice how Belle focuses on helping them, and Cogsworth starts to reach for that help. But Lumiere smacks him (hindering) and then Mrs. Potts basically says "no this is our burden to bear" (burden = hinder).
Switching to the RS for a minute, Attitude is a perfect issue. Seems like everyone is biased against the idea that a beauty and a beast could fall in love (even the audience brings such an Attitude about the relationship into the story, so it's captured in the title). Their attitudes about the relationship cause a lot of conflict, especially at the beginning. Meanwhile, some of the castle staff have a different attitude -- a positive outlook or at least concern about the relationship -- which is constantly causing conflict for the relationship as the staff try to force them together.
And I think Oppose works pretty well as a Problem, for basically the same reasons (disagreeing with the idea that they could love each other, opposing the relationship because they're not suited).
What's really neat is how this relationship starts to adopt its solution pretty early in the story. Starting around page 60/101 in the script they talk about books and he gives her the library, and there's so much obvious Support that springs up between them -- apologizing for past wrongs, paying attention to what each other like, etc. Even "there's something there that wasn't there before" sounds like suddenly the relationship has something to stand on, something lifting it up and supporting it.