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Do You Hear What I Hear? Christmas Disorders and Carols

If you don’t find the humor in this, my sincere apologies. But we need as many laughs this holiday season as is possible.

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1. Schizophrenia — Do You Hear What I Hear?

2. Multiple Personality Disorder — We Three Kings Disoriented Are

3. Dementia — I Think I’ll be Home for Christmas

4. Narcissistic — Hark the Herald Angels Sing About Me


5. Manic — Deck the Halls and Walls and House and Lawn and Streets and Stores and Office and Town and Cars and Buses and Trucks and Trees and…..

6. Paranoid — Santa Claus is Coming to Town to Get Me

7. Borderline Personality Disorder — Thoughts of Roasting on an Open Fire

8. Personality Disorder — You Better Watch Out, I’m Gonna Cry, I’m Gonna Pout, Maybe I’ll Tell You Why

9. Attention Deficit Disorder — Silent night, Holy oooh look at the Froggy – can I have a chocolate, why is France so far away?

10. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder — Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells….


11. Oppositional Defiant Disorder– You better not cry – Oh yes I will
You better not Shout – I can if i want to
You better not pout – Can if i want to
I’m telling you why – Not listening
Santa Claus is coming to town – No he’s not!!

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Pat

    Laughter is so important and so needed at this time of year for us who deal with this every single day.
    You are so helpful. I really needed to read this on this morning of Dec. 20th.
    Of course I am ready for Christmas. Because I am so obsessive. I was ready last week!
    I had a party on Saturday with my whole family. It was my 40th Wedding Anniversary.
    Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy, healthy New Year with your family.

    thank you for all that you do,

  • Mary

    Obviously, you’ve been lurking at my family’s holiday gatherings! I will share this when we begin our extended stay at my sister’s tomorrow.

    Thanks for so often lifting my spirits with your humor.

    I hope you and your family, and all us recovering depressives “. . .Have a [Beyond] Blue Christmas.”

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Carol

    Love this, very funny!!

    Merry Christmas, Therese.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Jet

    LOVE IT! HILARIOUS! Thanks for the belly laughs (my neighbor is probably ticked at me for laughing out loud at 4 a.m.!).

    Merry Christmas, Therese, and I wish you a very blessed New Year!

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  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Razz2

    This is wonderful – thanks Therese

    We do need to laugh. As often as possible.


  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Aisling

    They forgot bipolar. “Joy to the world — I’ll have a blue Christmas — Joy to the world…”

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Dee

    So need to incorporate humor where ever we acceptably can. Next to God, humor is the thing that helps me get through each day, even if I’m laughing at myself.

    Thank You so much Therese, you make such a positive difference to me and are so appreciated.

    Blessings you All

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Sam Gyura

    Haaa! Brilliant!

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Lila Bosley

    Hey I thought this was very funny if we can’t laugh about our “conditions” I have beeen a “BEEPER for about 20 yrs now (Bi-polar that is) what else are we gonna do CRY???? Laughter is the best medicene that I know of anyway It was good and funny thanks made my day Lpsred2

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