Christopher Robin had the 100 Acre Wood populated by his imaginary friends in the popular tales of Winnie the Pooh. Many women, myself included, have our very own 100 Issue Woods! We’ve got some pretty interesting characters living there too.
Last time we visited the 100 Issue Woods, we observed Winnie. Shaky self-esteem, self-control issues when it came to food … just some of the Winnie issues we deal with too, right? If you didn’t read it, you check it out here: Are You a Winnie the Pooh?
In the children’s story Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin lives in his own imaginary “100 Acre Woods” with the rest of the infamous characters.
I, along with most women, have my very own “100 Issue Woods.” But sadly, mine is not imaginary. Neither is yours.
Our 100 Issue Woods tend to be populated with some very interesting characters. Wanna see who they might be? I thought it would be fun to do an arm-chair analysis–a little non-expert, tongue-in-cheek psychological exploration of each of these classic characters and find out how each represents our own 100 Issue Woods. I’ll start with the most beloved … Winnie the Pooh.
We all know and love Winnie the Pooh. I for one have my very own Winnie the Pooh in my 100 Issue Wood. Why, you ask?