Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Mad Man, Jan 24, 2011.
I got 35. Much better than it would have been this time last year...
I want to, but I've no confidence in myself.
82. Do I win?
11. No worries, really.
Nope, and I'm not taking your damn test.
I'm increasingly coming to the conclusion that depression is just one succumbing to a kind of negative self centredness.
No. No it really isn`t.
What is it? Succintly.
What? Me, Truronian and CurtSibling are the happiest OT members? I'd never said that before this post.
Either, a chemical imbalance.
A cognitive problem
21. Meh, seems normal enough for a teen like myself these days.
42. Probably 'cuz I max out on fatigue and being sad. I put "not at all" for the things like if I feel the future is hopeless, I'm a faliure, etc because I don't feel that. I just am so damn tired 24/7 and am just going through the motions [/buffy]. Also really low (ie. not at all) on things like reading or great effort to do simple things since I do that easily, just feel sad about it sometimes.
Only put moderate for if the pleasure and joy is out of my life because it still is there, just I don't get enthusiastic about anything other people do typically. Most of my test was polarized, either was "no not at all" or "Very much".
I got a 9.
Seconded. I answered the questions honestly and I'm getting a lower score than a lot of the people here when I know it isn't really the case.
All 60 points are related to career and financial matters.
I got a 10, about what I'd expect, I wouldn't say I've been depressed but just busy/overworked/anxious on some things in the past few months
30 but that likely comes from my bipolar disorder not depression.
We all need prozac and those little inflatable arm things
you probably don't need prozac but I would still recommend little inflatable arm things altogether.
Welcome to the happy club!
Stop telling everyone they suck at it then
Take this quiz with a grain of salt. Self assessments are notoriously unreliable (but not altogether unhelpful).
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