Tор 10 Cartoon Characters With Psychological Disorders

1.  Chalie Brown – Avoidant Personality Disorder


Chalie Brown – Avoidant Personality Disorder

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According to research- this set of individuals happens to believe in one thing and that is the principle of acceptance, once they know or feel they would be rejected towards what they want, they are willing to hide in their shell till further notice.

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2.  Glenn Quagmire – Sex Addiction


Glenn Quagmire –sex addiction

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We all love Mr. Quagmire don’t we? If yes then we should know that he is the master of masturbation. He is a sex addict of all kinds and would literally do anything just to have the satisfaction he requires, his friends are tired of his act and have provided several solution but to no avail. He is the source of every perverted spot in the animation series “The Family Guy”.

3.  Ariel – little Mermaid (Hoarding)


Ariel – little mermaid (Hoarding)

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Just like the term hoarding, I believe you should have an idea of what this young mermaid is always up to. She has a problem with keeping things and organizing things. This is best described as disposophobia and it’s a chronic default for throwing things away.

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4.  Bruce Banner – Dissociative Identity disorder


Bruce Banner – Dissociative Identity disorder

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The comic book scientist was hit by what is known as gamma radiation which is responsible for the change in behavior and identity loss, at some point in the comic we discovered that Bruce {HULK} undergoes hypnosis which clearly shows that the gamma radiation affected his brain and has caused him some mental disorder known as dissociative identity.

5.  Minions – Restlessness


Minions – restlessness

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These cute looking characters called the minions were partly every child favorite. They are popular for their accent and goofing around technique. They are always eager to know what is happening around them, that is to say they are the show stoppers. They possess high love for kids as they love to play, it is difficult to get them focused on things and easy to get them distracted.

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6.  SpongeBob Square Pants – Williams Disorder


SpongeBob Square Pants – Williams disorder

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Who even came up with the name of this character? SpongeBob as he is popularly known has his good time and his flaws which many would have known by now. Just to mention one of 10. The character is has learning disorder, attention deficit disorder, anxiety and phobia for so many things. He is mostly portrayed as an adult and loves to rule but has never been successful by doing so.

7.  Chuckie Finster – Generalized Anxiety Disorder


Chuckie Finster – Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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Chuckie Finster is an excessive thinker on everyday problems for at least 6 month. He is scared of germs and what we call sandbox. His fears are his motivation to do better.

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8.  Timmy Turner 


Timmy Turner

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This just one character that thinks his imaginations are real and so he listens to the voice in his head. He has bizarre beliefs and harbors high level of paranoia.

9.  Mr. Krabs – Covetous Psychopathy


Mr. Krabs

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Covetous Psychopathy is the inability to remain stable not feeling deprived or intentionally denied of things needed. He presents itself as greed and derives more pleasure in taking than in having. Mr. Krabs would rather make every penny he can lay his hands on.

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10.  Stewie Griffin – Oppositional Defiant Disorder


Stewie Griffin – Oppositional Defiant Disorder

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We all love a good time out with the character that loves things going his way, he suffers from anger-guided disobedience, hostility towards authority figures. He is not just a kid, sometimes acts like he knows everything an adult knows.