Wow, I'm Screwed Up

DisorderRatingParanoid:Very HighSchizoid:ModerateSchizotypal:HighAntisocial:HighBorderline:Very HighHistrionic:Very HighNarcissistic:HighAvoidant:HighDependent:Very HighObsessive-Compulsive:High
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I always figured I had problems, but now I see just how screwed up I am... This is somehow morbidly comforting.
CDarkFreedom CDarkFreedom
18-21, M
3 Responses Aug 8, 2010

I'm in the same boat, so don't worry about it. Let's be friends.

I know, im just messin around. the only problem I do have is depression, and paranoia (both caused by my past). But the rest I kind of feel like I am that way, but it has never been diagnosed

I took the test myself. It's not a good guide at all, since it makes a bunch of assumptions and leaves no room for other options. For example, someone who is being subject to bullying will often "feel" like things are being said about them because it's flippin' true! And when there's stuff online that you can point to, well, can anyone call you paranoid when people really are out to get you?<br />
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By asking questions about the way you feel about stuff rather than the actual facts, they'll bring you to the wrong conclusion. Do NOT trust a site that sets you up to fail like that. The questions funnel you to a foregone conclusion that is far from the truth, i.e. I pick jobs below my skill level because there's something called a recession going on and that is all there flippin' well IS!! I apply for jobs that offer the pay and conditions I want, but fail to get them because someone more qualified turns up and gets it instead. So I keep trying, and will keep on trying. You can't even contact these people to ask them to recalibrate the test to allow for the situations I have just described. <br />
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In conclusion, avoid these tests if you're in a bad situation, because they're not accurate at all. <br />
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*Annoyed*