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Text Preview I character I chose to do was Piglet. Piglet is a character from A. A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh books and is featured in many Disney productions. He is a baby pig who is the best friend of Winnie-the-Pooh. John Fiedler provided the voice for Piglet from 1968 until his death. Travis Oates has provided Piglet's voice since Fielder's death. He lives in a large home in a beech tree. The home once belonged to his grandfather. Piglet's main characteristic is his timidity and his fearfulness. In particular, Piglet dislikes dark woods and strong winds. Although Piglet is extremely cowardly, he joins Pooh and friends on their many adventures, and tries his best to conquer his fears. In many situations Piglet is the only one that can save the day; he may hesitate at first but will eventually come through. I chose to do him because he is always in fear of everything. The disorder that he has is panophobia which is a mental condition where you fear everything. Piglet gets overly-nervous about everything which is anxiety. Disney's interpretation of Piglet has pink skin and jumper. His fears and nervousness are played up more, as he runs and hides when unnecessary and often stutters when nervous. He has a lot of hidden courage and often faces danger to help others, even when afraid. Stories about him tend to revolve around these traits as well as his small size. Some examples of how Piglet has the disorder is how he always worrying about everything has to keep thing clean and tidy. Always worrying if someone mad or likes him or not. Show More

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