Eeyore is best known for being the depressed, pessimistic one of the Winnie-the-Pooh bunch. Despite his negative attitude and penchant for self-deprecating jokes, his friends still love him and include him. Eeyore is undoubtedly an introvert. If you can relate to these things, then chances are you and Eeyore are one-in-the-same.
1. You're pessimistic
You hesitate to believe that things will work out. You usually expect the worst because it's what so often happens to you. Just like Eeyore, when someone tells you "Good morning!" you may be thinking, "If it is a good morning, which I doubt."
2. You fly under the radar
It's not unusual for people not to notice you. You don't stand out in a crowd. You tend to blend in. That's not to say you don't like to be noticed. You may be an introvert, but you still like to be included or at least invited. Invisibility can be nice at times, but sometimes you're happy to say, "Thanks for noticing me."
3. You wait for people to come to you
Maybe you used to always be the friend who sent the first text or made the plans because you were afraid that if you didn't no one would. Maybe now you've just given up and you wait for other people to come to you. So does Eeyore. He hangs out in his own little section of the forest. Has anyone ever said something like this to you? "It's your fault, Eeyore. You've never been to see any of us. You just stay here in this one corner of the Forest waiting for the others to come to you. Why don't you go to THEM sometimes?"
4. You don't think very highly of yourself
It's not much of a house...
You don't see yourself as anything special. It's hard, especially when you're comparing yourself to everyone around you. After all, you are your own harshest critic. Eeyore also has self-esteem issues. He has a tendency to talk down on himself. "It's an awful nice tail, Kanga. Much nicer than the rest of me."
5. You're resigned to your fate
When things start to go wrong, you recognize when you can't change it and you just go along with it. You may not like giving up, but sometimes you have to, if only just for a little while before you realize that it's not the end of the world.
Eeyore: Headed for the waterfall; I'll be gone soon. Not that anyone will notice. Just have to go with the flow.
Christopher Robin: Don't worry.
Eeyore: I'm not. Can't change the inevitable.
Now you should have a pretty clear idea if Eeyore is your spirit animal or not. If he is, don't worry. As unstable as he seems, he's still alive after all this time. He must be doing something right. To see more of Eeyore, you should watch Christopher Robin. It's a heartwarming story featuring your favorite forest friends, Eeyore included.