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  • You got: Paranoia 90%
    Manic depressive 69%
    Generalized Anxiety disorder 62%
    Obsessive compulsive disorder 54%
    Attention deficit disorder 18%

    Oakleyday779
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  • 93% Manic Depressive
    52% Para noia
    31% ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    26% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    9% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

    This test was a little bit transparent, but also very accurate. Though I haven't been diagnosed, I am 98.12% (completely made up that specific percentage) sure that I have Seasonal Affective Disorder. Yes, the name of my disorder is actually SAD. It's a form of depression that pretty much guarantees one depressive episode per year in the same season. Most quizzes I've taken don't take patterns of being fine and being crazy into consideration. But because this caters to every person and not just those who genuinely think they have a mental disorder, they kind of generalized everything; I didn't have to think about whether I should answer based on my past or present feelings.

    Thooxomuefru
    1
  • What a pile of crap. This quiz And all others like them should be banned from the Internet, books,TV, radio - anywhere, anytime, anyplace. I am 63 years old; I do not have attention deficit, never have, never will. I have no mental disease or conditions. It seems to me as if whoever wrote this is seeking problems that do not exist and people, being that so many, are easily influenced these Days they could quite easily believe this silliness. Unbelievable. I am significantly negatively impressed. Do you have any training? Do you have any life experience? Do you know people? Most important have you come to know yourself? It seems to me like you don't have a clue what is going on inside or outside yourself let alone be capable of worthy insight into someone else.

    Elder
    1
    • Calm down this test was probably a joke and if you knew this test was going to be crap why did you take it and i have ADHD and the test got it right

      Zaddy101
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  • Your Result: ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) 88%

    You have a very hard time focusing, and you find it difficult to stay on task without your mind wandering. You probably zone in and out of conversations and tend to miss out on directions because you cannot focus

    this is so not true, i may have been reading a book when i started thinking of something then looked it up on the web and myseryously wound up on this website take these sort of tests, even though i told myself i was going to study for my exam

    Aurora323
    1
  • Your Result: Manic Depressive

    You have extreme cycles of highs and lows. Sometimes you feel like you don't know who you are. One week you could be very hyper and happy and the next week you are slow and depressed.

    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    Paranoia
    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

    People I don't know well think I'm seriously Emo 'cause I don't talk a lot and I walk slow with my head down. It's only 'cause I don't like to talk at all and walking with my head down is comfortable... I don't know if this has to do with "Manic Depressive", but I wanted to get that out there... *jams to Marilyn Manson*

    Darthvado
    1
  • I collect diagnosis's like little girls collect Barbies. My top one was ADD, second GAD and last bipolar which are only three of my diagnoses.

    About Mental Illness: it s a matter of tendencies. Some of us go past what ever level of behavior or experience that Psychiatrists deem normal. So most people have a couple of things that sync up with a diagnosis but not enough to be classified ill. That is called normal.

    Also there are a LOT more stuff you can have now than in the past. How to avoid one? Don't visit a psychiatrist or better visit a sane psychiatrist. Get one that someone you trust has experience with. He or she won't be in a hurry to label you. Labels can help or they can hurt depending on how it is used.

    newnoz
    1
  • What mental disorder do you have?
    Your Result: Manic Depressive 93%

    You have extreme cycles of highs and lows. Sometimes you feel like you don't know who you are. One week you could be very hyper and happy and the next week you are slow and depressed.

    88% ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    58% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    54% Paranoia
    31% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    For me this is all so true. I have literally been diagnosed with everything on this list.

    ellisel934
    1
  • Hi there my name is Jake, I'm 18 and for the past couple of years i've been experiencing some weird occurrences. I will randomly throughout my day find water droplets landing on various parts of my body. All of which is exposed skin. From my face, hands, feet, etc. The weather during the times i feel these droplets are never "cloudy with a chance of showers" or anything like that. It tends to happen on warm days and even when the sky is clear. it happens indoors, outdoors, everywhere really and i don't know what to do. 90% of the time upon closer inspection i find the water drop on me but there's never a source of water. the other 10% of the time its like i imagined it. What does this mean?

    whiteink
    1
    • Since we are on a sight about mental disorders, it could be you suffer from hallucinations. There are dozens of mental disorders that hallucinations can be a symptom of, but probably the most common is schizophrenia. Some other symptoms of schizophrenia are hearing voices that are not there or hearing objects or things talk to you (auditory hallucinations), visual and tactile hallucinations (if you were hallucinating that would be what the drops of water are), and paranoia (ie youre afraid your teacher is a spy or that the mail man is trying to kill your mom). I would suggest getting yourself checked out at with a psychologist. it could be nothing or it could be serious. Either way, know that there is help if it is a problem and you can lead a normal life if there is a problem. YOU GOT THIS

      MIMIM
      1
  • What mental disorder do you have?
    Your Result: ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

    You have a very hard time focusing, and you find it difficult to stay on task without your mind wandering. You probably zone in and out of conversations and tend to miss out on directions because you cannot focus

    Paranoia
    Manic Depressive
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    ..Actually, I have ADHD :D Hehe! (Seriously) ...So, this quiz is pretty accurate :D

    fredbobgirlygirl
    1
  • I got GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder), and I got diagnosed with that exact same thing by my doctor over 4 months back. Still, this test is by no means an excuse to label yourself as suffering from something. Always get a proper diagnosis for something, especially with bipolar disorder (manic depression) and aspergers syndrome. Too many see symtoms of this in themselves and assume they have it, when really they are just personality traits.

    Remember kiddies, an e-diagnosis is a wrong diagnosis until proven otherwise by your doctor!

    Emishala
    1
  • What mental disorder do you have?

    Your Result: OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    You have odd obsessions that you cannot seem to control. You may even perform rituals to make you feel better. Counting and continuously obsessing over things happens frequently.

    Paranoia
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    Manic Depressive
    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

    That's not really true, I Truthfully answered all of them no and that's my result? 6 stars

    Jay
    1
  • Actually worked for me most accurately despite I had to choose or ignore some questions for missing options.

    You are afraid of commitment.. That remains a part of me, Many years after fear has gone from my very self as a plausibility, plus fear is a very strong term for realising it might be futile, thus not committing. (it never is futile for most BTW, so do not panic, some lives are strange)

    1 quiz 1 answer
    Quit pro quo

    Angelus
    1
  • Great Quiz!

    I have OCD and I guess I did ever since I was a baby.

    I never knew it though.

    I only found out six months ago,when I took this quiz just for fun.

    I do lots of things like touching things,doing an action a certain number

    of times,making sure things are perfectly organized,washing my hands

    a lot and being unable to forget bad thoughts.

    If you have OCD,you can try not doing something when you feel

    like you need to.I tryed it and it feels good when you don't do it!

    You feel so proud!If you are unable to do this,than start by focussing

    on these positives:

    -People with OCD are very protective of family.

    -They have excellent memories.
    -They are very organized.

    -They don't get sick as much as most people because they wash

    their hands so much.
    Thanks :.)

    Kayla66Love
    1
  • I would say, since I am going through a divorce, although my husband was a "jerk" I was very young and he was my very first love. God did I love that man - my knight in shining armor. Boy is his armor tarnished and boy is he a narcissist. I finally learned who is was and that I was not the crazy one, since I could NEVER fill him up, that I was dealing with a batter little boy. He had a traumatic childhood, I lived in a Norman Rockwell painting - not perfect but felt loved, safe, and valued. I still feel this way with my own family. So why did I stick out 37 yrs.? I did it to keep my family together, hid the bad from my child, and hoped, hoped, my husband would mellow. WRONG! DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON NARCISSISTS, THERE IS NO CURE!

    sharon l Collins
    1
  • I would say, since I am going through a divorce, although my husband was a "jerk" I was very young and he was my very first love. God did I love that man - my knight in shining armor. Boy is his armor tarnished and boy is he a narcissist. I finally learned who is was and that I was not the crazy one, since I could NEVER fill him up, that I was dealing with a batter little boy. He had a traumatic childhood, I lived in a Norman Rockwell painting - not perfect but felt loved, safe, and valued. I still feel this way with my own family. So why did I stick out 37 yrs.? I did it to keep my family together, hid the bad from my child, and hoped, hoped, my husband would mellow. WRONG! DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON NARCISSISTS, THERE IS NO CURE!

    sharon l Collins
    1
  • What mental disorder do you have?
    Your Result: ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) 88%

    You have a very hard time focusing, and you find it difficult to stay on task without your mind wandering. You probably zone in and out of conversations and tend to miss out on directions because you cannot focus

    68% Paranoia
    62% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    32% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    31% Manic Depressive

    KellyKK1998
    1
  • True, I was just testing this. I wanted to see if this is some dumb test or not. I do have ADD. I now have medication, no need to worry. I often was distracted by my friends and bullies (Half the amount of my friends are bullies. Ikr), and that lead up to me getting in trouble. This happened for 6 years straight. Finally, I got a check up and turns out I have ADD. This is my first year on medication, and although I'm doing better, I'm completely ignoring math, and somehow I'm failing science. Lol my 2 fave subjects (No, I normally do not say lol nor ikr. :3)

    Immy2pAmerica
    1
  • Your Result: Manic Depressive 85%

    You have extreme cycles of highs and lows. Sometimes you feel like you don't know who you are. One week you could be very hyper and happy and the next week you are slow and depressed.

    70% Paranoia
    62% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    46% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    41% ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

    this is slightly like me but i didnt think it was true at first

    mickeymanicmouse
    1
  • Your Result: Manic Depressive 62%

    Yo u have extreme cycles of highs and lows. Sometimes you feel like you don't know who you are. One week you could be very hyper and happy and the next week you are slow and depressed.

    40% Para noia
    36% ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    0% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    0% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    Seriou sly? I am anything but depressed!

    Hiccstrid
    1
  • Your Result: Paranoia 81%

    Yo u are constantly thinking about what others may be saying about you behind your back. You may also feel people have conspiracies against you, or they are out to get you. In crowds you may feel like everybody is watching to closely.

    73% Mani c Depressive
    24% AD D (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    11% OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    0% GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    I definitely agree with those first two..
    Manic depressive and paranoia.

    WorthlessFreak
    1
  • What mental disorder do you have?

    Your Result: OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    You have odd obsessions that you cannot seem to control. You may even perform rituals to make you feel better. Counting and continuously obsessing over things happens frequently.

    Parano ia
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    Manic Depressive
    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    I knew it. ^^Nice quiz.

    The Red Rose
    1
  • Your Result: OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    85%

    You have odd obsessions that you cannot seem to control. You may even perform rituals to make you feel better. Counting and continuously obsessing over things happens frequently.

    C/N: Diagnosed, take medicine for it, too.

    But I really, REALLY hate the kids that are like "oh sorry I want the pencils straight I have OCD lol :)". It's annoying as hell.

    DrXazierQ
    1
  • Most people would actually see me as a slight possible of GAD, but the most funniest thing is, I am already known to have a mental disorder which could also embody GAD!

    Well, I guess that is just one of the side effects to having Aspergers syndrome!(High functioning autism...)

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    I do wish this message forewarding spam would stop...

    I mean, after trying it for over 600 times now there is still no sign of the 'crushes name on the screen'...

    Such pointless spam...

    TheLoser
    1
  • What mental disorder do you have?
    Your Result: Paranoia

    You are constantly thinking about what others may be saying about you behind your back. You may also feel people have conspiracies against you, or they are out to get you. In crowds you may feel like everybody is watching to closely.

    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    Manic Depressive
    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

    allen15
    1
  • Your Result: Paranoia

    You are constantly thinking about what others may be saying about you behind your back. You may also feel people have conspiracies against you, or they are out to get you. In crowds you may feel like everybody is watching to closely.

    Manic Depressive
    GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)
    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)
    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)

    thats odd...i would have thought i would get OCD...

    hailes26
    1
  • Your Result: GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder)

    You can never seem to calm down and always feel anxious for unknown reasons. You tend to not be able to concentrate and have headaches or other anxiety symptoms.

    Manic Depressive
    Paranoia
    OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
    ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder)

    Hah, that's kind of funny, considering I actually -do- have GAD and was diagnosed with it years ago.. manic depressive though, I didn't see that one coming

    draygonfly
    1

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