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Psychological Disorders in The Little Mermaid

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Kala Mangune

on 5 March 2014

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Transcript of Psychological Disorders in The Little Mermaid

Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Only see's things that will benefit herself
Preoccupied with fantacies of success
Ex. Taking the souls of mermaids
Disposophobia - a form of OCD
Commonly known as hoarding
Ariel is emotionally attached to objects that hold no sentimental value.
Ex. She really loves her "dingle-hopper" aka a fork that she uses as a brush.
Anxiety Disorder - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Constantly worried about the small things
Ex. What Triton might thing if he does something wrong.
Over protective
Worries about Ariel's safety and tries to avoid letting her go anywhere, especially onto the land.
Ex. Under the Sea
Constantly repeating "under the sea" is the best
Prince Eric
Slight case of Cyclomatic Disorder
After he hears Ariel's voice, it's as if he can't live without it. Her voice is the only way he'll be happy.
Happy when he hears the voice and sad any time else because he doesn't know who thte voice belongs to.
One scene in the movie shows him staring off into the ocean because he can't find "her voice".
King Triton
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Overprotective of Ariel and Ariel only. He doesn't act that way with his other daughters.
Constantly worried that he will lose Ariel to the human world.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Nervous, fearful, and anxious
Typically Flounder is most anxious when Ariel decides to do daring things such a exploring the sunken ship. He's paranoid that something bad is going to happen from the start.
Psychological Disorders in The Little Mermaid
Eric can't live without Ariel's voice
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