Christmas Songs For The Psychiatrically Challenged

  1. 0 Thought you may get a kick out of these....

    Schizophrenia - Do you hear what I hear?

    Multiple Personality Disorder - We three kings disoriented are

    Amnesia - I don't know if I'll be home for Christmas

    Narcissistic - Hark, the herald angels sing about me

    Manic - Deck the halls and walls and house and lawn and streets and office and town and cars and buses and trucks and trees and fire hydrants and . . .

    Paranoid - Santa Claus is coming to get me

    Borderline Personality Disorder - Thoughts of roasting on an open fire

    Personality Disorder - You better watch out, I'm gonna cry, I'm gonna pout, maybe I'll tell you why

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells . . .

    Agoraphobia - I heard the bells on Christmas Day but wouldn't leave my house

    Autistic - Jingle Bell Rock and rock and rock and rock . . .

    Senile Dementia - Walking in a winter wonderland miles from my house in my slippers and robe

    Oppositional Defiant Disorder - I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus so I burned down the house

    Social Anxiety Disorder - Have yourself a merry little Christmas while I sit here and hyperventilate
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    About lozza81

    From 'Adelaide, Australia'; 33 Years Old; Joined Nov '06; Posts: 11; Likes: 3.

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  4. Visit  np_wannabe} profile page
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    Ummm....I have to say, I don't really see a whole lot of humor in this...these folks are ill and sometimes have a very poor quality of life because of it....it seems like you are making fun of them.

    no, I am not "getting a kick" out of this.
  5. Visit  lozza81} profile page
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    must just be aussie humour then....just something that was posted in our "have a laugh" book at work, not meant for everyone to like.
  6. Visit  phoenix72} profile page
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    I'm not offended at all and I'm diagnosed for a disorder. I copied it and sent it to my Therapist. Sometimes it's just nice to laugh and not take the darn thing so seriously. Thanks for the chuckle!!!
  7. Visit  JohnBearPA} profile page
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    LOL, I also got a good laugh, and think others will too. Just take it as a joke, not meant to hurt anyone. My God, the season is stressful enough, laugh a little!
  8. Visit  nursecave} profile page
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    I have heard these before and actually used them to help me remember some of the disorders. I use associations to remember things, so this was rather catchy and worked for me.
  9. Visit  chadash} profile page
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    I am very pro-humor. We have had lots of sad disorders and health problems in our family, and have found humor a great way to deal with them. It is healthy to laugh at ourselves, not take it all too seriously.
    The only one I had discomfort with was the autism one. Not sure why, but maybe it was sort of the retarded joke kind of thing. The others seemed more academic: more a play on the definition of the disorder. The autism one was more descriptive...
    No harm meant I am sure.
    My personal favorite was :Oppositional Defiant Disorder – I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus so I burned down the house.
    Call me twisted.
    Last edit by chadash on Dec 4, '06
  10. Visit  Yin Yang} profile page
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    Oh for heaven sake! Lighten up! These are great, I'm rolling right now. I'm gonna send these to others too. It is based on factual symptoms you know - think of it as . . . educational! while being humorous!

    Kathy
  11. Visit  SillyLilly} profile page
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    Ha! I find it hilarious. And will pass it on too!
  12. Visit  RN007} profile page
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    Quote from nursecave
    I have heard these before and actually used them to help me remember some of the disorders. I use associations to remember things, so this was rather catchy and worked for me.
    Excellent idea! I'll use it!:studyowl:
  13. Visit  Hellllllo Nurse} profile page
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    Quote from lozza81
    Thought you may get a kick out of these....

    Schizophrenia - Do you hear what I hear?

    Multiple Personality Disorder - We three kings disoriented are

    Amnesia - I don't know if I'll be home for Christmas

    Narcissistic - Hark, the herald angels sing about me

    Manic - Deck the halls and walls and house and lawn and streets and office and town and cars and buses and trucks and trees and fire hydrants and . . .

    Paranoid - Santa Claus is coming to get me

    Borderline Personality Disorder - Thoughts of roasting on an open fire

    Personality Disorder - You better watch out, I'm gonna cry, I'm gonna pout, maybe I'll tell you why

    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells . . .

    Agoraphobia - I heard the bells on Christmas Day but wouldn't leave my house

    Autistic - Jingle Bell Rock and rock and rock and rock . . .

    Senile Dementia - Walking in a winter wonderland miles from my house in my slippers and robe

    Oppositional Defiant Disorder - I saw mommy kissing Santa Claus so I burned down the house

    Social Anxiety Disorder - Have yourself a merry little Christmas while I sit here and hyperventilate
    Very funny. Nurses sometimes use dark humor to help us cope. Students don't realize this now, but they will one day. Those psych Christmas songs are just as funny in the US as they are in OZ.
  14. Visit  P_RN} profile page
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    Not to my taste.
  15. Visit  jojotoo} profile page
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    I thought these were hysterical. I'm taking them to work! :Singing:


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