What Simpsons Personality Disorder Do You Have?

Each Simpsons character is special in their own way, but they're also prime examples of various personality and mood disorders as displayed through the show's plot lines. Which Simpsons disorder do you actually have?

Christopher Wallace
On Mar 29, 2017

Describe your reaction to a stressful situation.

Choose an addiction.

Do you take direction well?

How easily is your focus disrupted?

What kind of therapy could you benefit from?

Which dark joke suits your humor?

Your mood swings go back and forth between...

Are your personal relationships easily affected by your mood swings?

Anti-Social Personality Disorder

Anti-Social Personality Disorder

You have Bart's Anti-Social Personality Disorder! You may have a habit of disregarding right from wrong and in return break the law here and there, but you usually counteract that with your charm and wit in order to stay out of trouble. You're not to keen on work responsibility and authority really bugs you, especially since you prefer to avoid stressful situations that could cause you agitation and the need to react violently. As long as you make an honest attempt to learn from your behavior, you'll be just fine!

General Anxiety Disorder

General Anxiety Disorder

You have Marge's General Anxiety Disorder! You get worried fairly easily and find it hard to sit back and relax if you feel uncertain about anything in particular. Sometimes you even get a bit light-headed, tense, and twitchy when you feel excessively concerned or indecisive. Placing a large emphasis on responsibility can become tiring and you find yourself overly-concerned for the well being of others; this isn't necessarily a bad thing, but we do think it wouldn't hurt to set certain worries aside and apply some hard earned focus on some me-time!

Krusty: Bi-Polar Disorder

Krusty: Bi-Polar Disorder

You have Krusty's Bi-Polar Disorder! You often find yourself over zealous when it comes to work, relationships and personal pursuits, but you still get distracted easily. You don't necessarily suffer from low self esteem or have problems expressing yourself, but sometimes you overreact in a situation that doesn't call for such dramatics. For you, impulsivity is the name of the game and you like to take risks, which can be okay sometimes; just remember to find a healthy balance between your racing thoughts and what seems like a more rational decision!

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

You have Lisa's OCD! You may not like contamination or dirt, and you certainly can't stand a lack of structure and order. But being obsessive compulsive is so much more than that; you probably have a few unreasonable traditions that you feel the need repeat or commit to solely for the purpose of maintaining routine. You like to be extra efficient, and follow a set pattern or direction like it's your job. There's nothing wrong with being on top of your game, just remember to take a chill pill and relax sometimes!

Mr. Burns: Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Mr. Burns: Narcissistic Personality Disorder

You have Mr. Burns' Narcissistic Personality Disorder! So you find yourself fantasizing about success, glory and power, huh? We're not surprised. You also have a tendency to crave special attention and admiration from the people that matter most to you, requesting special favors and holding high expectations for yourself and others. We just want you to know it''s okay not to be the best at everything, and remember, you can share the wealth with your neighbors instead of coveting it for yourself!

Moe: Clinical Depression

Moe: Clinical Depression

You have Moe's Clinical Depression! We're guessing you go through intervals of Insomnia and increased sleep, accompanied by a dark cloud that may drag you down during the day. Sometimes our moods are unexplainable and we feel sad without explicit reason, but if you're feeling constantly confused and lack pleasure in daily activities, just remind yourself that you don't have to feel that way and talk to someone you love. Feeling troubled and having problems making decisions can be rough, but we know you can pull through it and have a great day!

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

You have Homer's Intermittent Explosive Disorder! Do you ever have tightness in the chest and heart palpitations? Perhaps at a given moment you feel increased with energy and irritability when something or someone strikes the wrong cord? Those tingling sensations and fits of rage make you feel a bit out of control, and you just can't help but to snap! However, we know you're a sensitive person and just feel the need to express yourself thoroughly. The good news is that you can do so, and we're sure everyone around you wants to support you in the process!