I have figured out why so many of us have so much dysfunction in our lives as adults. It is because of the damaging effects of the tv programs that we watched as children. Look at Winnie the Pooh. Winnie the Pooh has an eating disorder and he tries to fill all of his emotional voids with food. Tiger is Bipolar. Eore is Depressed. Piglet has Anxiety. Rabbit is Antisocial and Christopher Robins is their shrink that helps them all to keep it together. Sesame Street has several issues to. First of all who ever wrote that song must have been high on something. Oscar is Antisocial and Agoraphobic. Cookie monster has an odd eating disorder. The count has OCD. Big Bird is suffering from Child Regression. Snuffy has self esteem issues. Kirmet is suffering from a distorted self image and doesn't realize that he is a frog in love with a pig and fails to accept that they don't have a future together. Bert and Ernie are in denial and won't admit their secret crush on each other even though they have been living together for several years. And this is what children all over America have been watching for decades. Hmm Can't understand why so many of them are dysfunctional adults now. And it seems to be getting worse don't even get me started on teletubbies.
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