Winnie the Pooh is one of the mo interesting stories that kids are fond to watch. It is a fictional story that was created by A. A. Milne and was recognized because of its interesting lessons that is good especially for the kids. Because of its high recognition, this story was been translated to different languages and was published in different countries. Apart publishing, this was also programmed in some television as a Disney cartoon movie that depicts several characters.
Understanding and getting to know more about the Winnie the Pooh Story, you can be quite surprised that even the characters portraying their roles in the story has also their psychological disorders. However these are not as severe as you think since in some point these are sometimes part of their roles in the story that they need to portray properly.
Here are some of the Winnie the Pooh characters psychological disorder you need to know in order to deeply know who their characters in the story is:
He has Schizophrenia. It was being observed when there is a breakdown in the viewing the realistic things after Christopher have experienced hallucinations in which he was able to imagine that his stuffed toys has also its own life and alive.
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She has an eating disorder. Although this is not a mental disorder but this can also result to a psychological disorder that is caused by lower self esteem. It is also evident that due to these, he is in need of excessive amount of honey to be eaten.
He has Panophobia which is a mental condition that is manifested with a fear. He is nervous even though there is nothing to worry about and this is evident when his ears are twitching.
He has ADHD which is a manifestation that he acquires hyperactivity of the brain and trouble problems when asked to pay attention.
He acquires OCD, it is another type of anxiety disorder that allows the people to suffer obsession of thoughts a tendency of compulsive actions. This is evident when you will observe that a rabbit can’t control himself with the actions he is doing.
He is a narcissistic owl. It is a personality disorder that manifest of too much trust and confident of him.
He suffered from depression that is characterized by depressed feeling and lack of active attention.
These are just some of the characters that you may see in the story Winnie the Pooh. Their psychological disorders are just part of the story and not their real identity. They are just portraying the personality of the character that is intended for them to act in the story. Upon getting to know that some of the characters in the story have also their own psychological disorders, people can already understand and realized more of this disorders by just observing their actions in the story.
However, the psychological disorders that these characters have do not necessarily reflect their personality of a person in a real world. Since they are just portraying, people need not to just them by the psychological disorder they are depicting in the story; hence they need to admire them.