My dd13 has decided to produce "Valentines for the Personality Disordered."

Her example for Avoidant PD, for example (typography over a lovely beach scene in sepia):

Roses are Red,
Violets are Blue,
I'm really, really, REALLY sorry if I did anything to offend you.
I'm going to go away now.

I can't decide if this activity is inherently insensitive or not. I'm guessing not since she isn't going to distribute them or anything. It's more like a personal journaling project or something. It seems to be therapeutic for her somehow, and she IS demonstrating a rather insightful grasp on the particulars of each of the Cluster A, B, and C personality disorders in the DSM IV (? I think it's IV)
Schrödinger's cat walks into a bar. And doesn't.