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"What About Bob" - Psychological Disorders
Transcript of "What About Bob" - Psychological Disorders
Mr. & Mrs. Guttman
Dr. Leo Marvin
Sigmund (Siggy) Marvin
A person who is abnormally conscious about their health.
"What if... I'm looking for a bathroom, and I can't find it, and my bladder explodes" = this indicates Bob worrying unnecessarily about these things. Making small situations a big deal; this disorder causes a lot of anxiety and stress to the person.
This phobia causes people to be afraid of open and public places. It builds a lot of anxiety, and can most likely cause panic attacks.
"As long as I'm in my apartment I'm okay. But when I want to go out, I get weird. " "I get dizzy spells, nausea, cold sweats, hot sweats, fever blisters, difficultly breathing, difficult swallowing, bird vision......."
Dependent Personality Disorder
A disorder which causes a person to become abnormally dependent on someone else for a long period of time. They usually rely on that person for both physical and emotional needs.
Paranoid Personality Disorder
A person who is hypersensitive, paranoid, and can easily mistrust others. Untrue thoughts are conjured up, and the host tends to always be on guard towards newcomers.
A person who always needs everything to be perfect. Usually gets irritated when something comes to mess up this cycle.
Acute Stress Reaction
Also known as psychological shock or just simply shock. It's a reaction that shuts down the body due to the person's disbelief in something that happened.
Severe despondency and dejection, accompanied by feelings of hopelessness and inadequacy.
Advoidant Personality Disorder
Pervasive pattern of social inhibition, feelings of inadequacy, extreme sensitivity to negative evaluation, and avoidance of social interaction.
This just simply means the person is scared of water.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Excessive uncontrollable and often irrational worry about everyday things that is disproportionate to the actual source of worry
Social Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety, emotional discomfort, fear, apprehension or worry about social situations, interactions with others, especially the concern of being judged or evaluated by others.
an inherited neuropsychiatric disorder which develops in childhodd, characterized by multiple physical and vocal ties. This disorder is considered a rare and bizarre most associated with the exlamation of obscene words or socially inappropriate and derogatory remarks.
Other common ties are eye blinking, coughing, throat clearing, sniff, and facial movements. Extreme Tourettes in adulthood is a rarity
Mr. and Mrs Guttman
Mrs Guttman: [says expletives that aren't allowed on the Board.]
Mr Guttman: She never says that!
Anna: I have problems, the same as anyone else. The same as you.
Bob: You're afraid your bladder will explode? What other ones are the same? Like What?
Anna: Well, like analyzing everything to death, to see what i'm feeling is normal.
Dr. Marvin: Why are you always wearing black? what is it with you and this death fixation?
Siggy: Maybe I'm in mourning for my lost childhood.
Bob: As long as i'm in my apartment I'm okay. But when I want to go out, I get weird.
Dr Marvin: Talk about weird.
Dr Leo Marvin
Anna: Do you freeze up and turn into wood when you're around a good looking guy you don't know if he likes you or not?
Bob: Well, not a guy, but yes, I freeze.
Bob: Why don't I start? The simplest way to put it - I have problems. I worry about diseases, so, I have trouble touching things. In public places its almost impossible. I have a real big problem moving.
Dr Marvin: Talk about moving
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Bob shows this disorder throughout the whole movie while he follows Dr. Marvin. The fact that he relies on Leo's personality, family, home; and no matter what Leo does, Bob is always there.
"You understand, don't you? There's no solution. You won't go away!"
"No, you won't. You're just saying you will!"
Example: When they were eating dinner, bob made noticeable noises which disrupted the peace. Leo got irritated and showly cleared his dislike towards Bob.
By Heddy, Krystal, and Breylin
Example: When Leo went into comotose after his house burnt down
"I mean, my Dad just dropped me in the water, without warning me first. I mean, I nearly drowned! My whole life flashed before my eyes!"
Leo: You think he's gone? He's not gone. That's the whole point! He's never gone! [Leo opens the door; there's Bob]
Bob: Is this some radical new therapy?
Leo: YOU SEE?