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I was doing this test:
https://www.idrlabs.com/pooh-pathology/test.php

and I found really interesting this theory of how every character represents a Mental Disorder:

WINNIE POOH: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).
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has an eating disorder. When we think of Pooh, we think of Honey, because he loves it, when it comes to honey he can be addictive, impulsive and obsessive.
PIGLET: Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
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He is always nervous or scared for anything that happens, or might happen, and his stutters could be a symptom of his anxiety.
RABBIT: OCD or Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
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He is extremely orderly that sometimes is annoying, Rabbit tends his garden a lot and wants everything around him to be perfect.
EEYORE: Dysthymic Disorder (Persistent Depressive Disorder)
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This is the most obvious one, he is always sad and is rarely to see him happy.
TIGGER: Attention Deficit Hyper-Activity Disorder (ADHD)
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He is distracted, impulsive, hyperactive, restless and he cannot sit still because he loves to bounce all the time.
OWL: Dyslexia
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He often misspells and misreads words, forgets things after he says them, and has trouble recalling information.
ROO: Autism
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He might shows signs of possible autism, Roo often finds himself paying no attention to what is going on around him.
KANGA: Social Anxiety Disorder
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Kanga always feel anxious about his son, she's overprotective over him.
CHRISTOPHER ROBIN: Schizophrenia
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He embodies Signs Of Schizophrenia. He lacks parental supervision and spends most of his time with his stuffed toys, who he thinks they are real, he goes to adventures and communicate with them, and also these โ€œfriendsโ€ appear depending on his mood, this boy has an extremely vivid imagination.

Of course we don't know if these character were originally written with these disorders, so kids could identified with one of them, or that is simply coincidence, however Winnie The Pooh and his friends is one of the most famous characters ever, and their stories have always thoughts us a lot of lessons about kindness, love, friendship and acceptance...

If you think you are suffering form one of this issues, there is no shame in seeking help with a professional, REMEMBER you can't diagnose yourself.

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