Imagine the difference in Tigger's life if he'd been prescribed a course of Ritalin and spent months in therapy. If Beauty had told her therapist about her relationship with the Beast, she would have been diagnosed as co–dependant. Winnie the Pooh had addiction issues (remember the lengths he'd go to for his honey fix) and the Wizard of Oz was undoubtedly a narcissist.
Tigger on the Couch is a highly amusing take on self–help and psychological disorders, providing an insightful and astute analysis of our favourite characters' mental health issues, and asking how they shaped our ideas about love, life, inner peace and good mental health.
Packed with hilarious yet decidedly accurate and probing case studies, this book gradually unveils the neuroses, psychoses and disorders plaguing our beloved childhood characters. Get an insight into the character's traits, diagnosis and theoretical treatment programme, and learn more about yourself and your loved–one through ten–point exercises.
So sit back and find out what your favourite character says about you, and how they would have been treated if they had traded in the Hundred Acre Wood for a spell in the Priory.