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Monday, 29 March 2010
01:55:38 AM (GMT)
So I desided to take test about mental illnesses.... I seemingly am not skizo....
but I score high on the depression and bipolar quizes.
Based upon your responses to this depression quiz, you appear to be suffering from a severe depression. People who have answered similarly to you typically qualify for a diagnosis of major depression and have sought professional treatment for this disorder. You should not take this as a diagnosis of any sort, or a recommendation for treatment. However, it would be advisable and likely beneficial for you to seek further diagnosis from a trained mental health professional immediately.
and (I find this the funniest)
Higher Risk You may be at risk for major depression. * If you have recurring thoughts of death or suicide, call your doctor or any qualified health care provider right away. If you need immediate assistance or think you may have a medical emergency, call 911. Here are additional crisis resources if you need them. You replied that you are feeling five or more of the common symptoms of depression. Feeling five or more of these symptoms in the same two-week period indicates that you may be at risk for major depression. Talk with your doctor. Depression shows up in many different ways. People often lose interest in favorite activities, have sleep problems, gain or lose weight, feel irritable or angry, or are in physical pain for unexplained reasons. Feeling guilty, anxious, or having difficulty concentrating are also common signs of depression. Fortunately, there are many ways to treat depression, and more than 80% of people treated for depression improve within a year.
You answered "yes" to the majority of these questions which might indicate bipolar disorder. If you've experienced three or more of these unusual behaviors at the same time, and if these phases caused you any significant problems at work, home, or with your finances, you should consider talking to a mental health professional about bipolar disorder. Getting a professional evaluation is the first step in getting help.
So should I take this seriously. Or just, I don't know... what do you think?

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