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Winnie the Pooh is imfamously known to be associated with mental disorders. In this website, I will list the analysis for each character and the common traits of each mental disorder aligned with the characters. A study conducted by the Canadian Medical Association in 2000, "Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood: A Neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne" was published in order to familiarize their audience with the fact that anyone can have a mental disorder.
Most books and shows we watch take different personality types and exaggerate one personality trait to intensify the drama. Winnie the Pooh, however, acted in a different manner where each character displayed common symptoms of a different mental disorder.
The story of Winnie the Pooh takes us on adventures across the Hundred Acre Woods as Pooh lives his everyday life. His normal life includes many advenutres helping his friends. However, he does get distracted by all of the pots of hunny and bee nests he passes in the woods. Not to mention the occasional encounter with a heffalump.