I Took the Test Too

Disorder | Rating
Paranoid: Low
Schizoid: Low
Schizotypal: Moderate
Antisocial: Low
Borderline: Low
Histrionic: Moderate
Narcissistic: Moderate
Avoidant: Moderate
Dependent: Low
Obsessive-Compulsive: Low

And I just want to say that I disagree with this! But there you have it :)

Wraither Wraither
22-25, M
14 Responses Feb 19, 2009

Hey, that's a good way to express frustration of someone's actions without being rude. Thanks a lot! :) I have needed that some times in the past and I will probably be needing it in the future as well.

So do I. But I wouldn't necessarily stamp that as misanthropy. <br />
I dont hate people. I just hate the things they do.

Misantropy then :) d'oh!<br />
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Well, in that case I'm definitely just not-very-social. I don't hate anyone. Well, sometimes I hate humanity as a whole because of all the bad things we do but that's something else.

Maybe its because I'm talking about misanthropy, not misantrophy ;)<br />
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Misantrophy? Come again, please? Are you inventing new words here? Google couldn't even give me a proper definition of that word.

Being not very social is being not very social! I'm not sure how I would define that, beyond the preference of solitude. And then being anti-social would be something akin to misanthropy. Kind of. <br />
I dont know. -_-

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What does it mean to you then? Being not-very-social I mean. You have to tell me that before I can answer.

:-)<br />
Aww... That made me smile!<br />
For what its worth, talking to you is better than solitude too. <br />
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I dont know. I would regard being not-very-social as an entirely different category. I always thought of antisocial as opposed to being social. Which would you consider yourself?

I don't think I prefer solitude. Only some times. Talking to you is much better than solitude :)<br />
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Isn't being not-very-social a lesser form of being antisocial?

Thats not what I meant. I agree with you that not-very-social people can have kindness and warmth to them. But I was referring to the preference of solitude and similar such things.<br />
Plus, I was considering the meaning of the word "antisocial". Very different from being not-very-social, I'd say.

I am definitely shyer if you meet me in person.<br />
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I don't think antisocialism has anything to... wait, better just call it "not being social" :P. I don't think that has anything to do with not being friendly and warm. I think a lot of not very social people have a lot of warmth and kindness to give. They just have a lot of trouble bringing themselves in a social situation where they can do that. I know that's my case.

Same with me, I didn't know what half of the words meant :)<br />
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Thats interesting. Antisocial is the last adjective that comes to mind when I think of you, so friendly and warm. Maybe you are shyer in real life?<br />
I know I certainly am :/

I would think my antisocial side is dominant. I also think I'm avoidant, more than just moderately.<br><br><br><br><br />
I don't know what half of the others mean :) I'm not that good with fancy psychology terms... yet!

What part do you disagree with?