“This unfortunate bear embodies the concept of comorbidity. Most striking is his Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), inattentive subtype…
…Pooh’s perseveration on food and his repetitive counting behaviours raise the diagnostic possibility of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). ” – Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood
“(Tigger, ) With the mildest of provocation he tries honey, haycorns and even thistles. Tigger has no knowledge of the potential outcome of his experimentation.
Later we find him climbing tall trees and acting in a way that can only be described as socially intrusive…
…Some of us have argued that his behaviours, occurring in a context of obvious hyperactivity and impulsivity, would suggest the need for a stimulant medication.”-Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood
Could this be Christopher Robin’s coping with his obvious problem of a complete absence of parental supervision, not to mention the fact that this child is spending his time talking to animals.
Many do not realise the Rabbit is in fact a male, as he acts in such a feminine way. Although it is certainly not a disorder, it is worth mentioning the Rabbit may well be homosexual.
A majority of this research comes from, “Pathology in the Hundred Acre Wood:
a neurodevelopmental perspective on A.A. Milne”, by Sarah E. Shea, Kevin Gordon, Ann Hawkins, Janet Kawchuk, Donna Smith click here to read it