Medical Afflictions of the Cartoon World

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Enfermedades crónicas de algunos personajes de dibujos animados…

Poster en el que se pueden ver algunos personajes y su dolencia. [Via]…

Greetings & Salutations – I’m a newbie to Digg, but no longer a virgin as of 5 minutes ago. i did my first Digg. Wasn’t sure what to expect from this site, but your above comics had me laughing for a few good minutes. I think I might like it around here. As for the comics, throw a couple of more chicks in there! Olive Oil was awesome, but I’d add Betty Boop and give her Nyphomania.

U missed out on snoopy and droopy for insomania and scooby doo and shaggy for opsomania for scooby snacks and also tom & jerry for mouse & cheese respectively as opsomania!

Porky Pig doesn’t have Parkinsons; he stutters. Eyore suffers from clinical depression. Pepe Le Pew is probably not addicted to sex, since he has never had sex, but he is psychotic, obsessed, and delusional.

Severe Lisp? That’s not even a real affliction lol. Don’t forget Elmo – who has a psychological order with speech constantly referring to himself in the 3rd person.

And Big Bird who is delusional and solicits help from his imaginary friend snuffuluffugus

Eeyore doesn’t have any sleeping spells that I am aware of, so narcolepsy doesn’t fit. On the other hand, I’m not sure manic depression (bipolar disorder) is the right diagnosis. Eeyore is certainly depressed, but he does not display any requisite symptoms of mania (over-excitement, impulsivity, etc.). Therefore, the proper diagnosis for Eeyore is Major Depressive Disorder.

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness): Major Depression

Actually, Eeyore is neither Narcoleptic nor suffering from Major Depressive Disorder nor suffering from a Bipolar Disorder. He suffers from Dysthymia Disorder. It’s a depressive disorder, but it ranks above the crying all the time, suicidal attempts intense depressive symptoms, and is more of a constant, persistent gloom.

Also, Winni-the-Pooh suffers from Borderline Intellectual Disorder, and Piglet has Generalized Anxiety Disorder. In fact, I believe I remember from a psych course that all the A.A. Milne characters have diagnosable mental health conditions. Still cute as heck though 🙂

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