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TheGoodGuy

TheGoodGuy

Visionary
Aug 27, 2018
2,475
Since other members have shared these tests I just tried this one.
https://www.depressedtest.com/

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This was my results but I don´t consider myself to have depression I used to have depression and I always describe it like having a dark cloud over my head all the time and I don´t feel like that anymore but maybe I am depressed just in another way than I used to in my teen years.
 
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Gainax

Gainax

Experienced
Oct 8, 2018
266
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Trashcan

Trashcan

Trash
Aug 31, 2018
1,234
Major depression: Very high
Dysthymia: Moderate
Bipolar disorder: slight
Cyclothymia: Slight-moderate
Seasonal affective disorder: high-moderate
Postpartum depression: N/A
 
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CJM

Experienced
Jul 13, 2018
246
Major Depression: Slight
Dysthymia: Very Slight
Bipolar Disorder: Moderate
Cyclothymia: Moderate
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Slight-Moderate
Postpartum Depression: N/A
 
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Miss clefable

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Aug 23, 2018
1,589
Not surprised
 

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Gainax

Gainax

Experienced
Oct 8, 2018
266
its difficult to see whos winning, theres no score points. but Miss has 2 extremely highs
 
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ignominia

ignominia

O Rose thou art sick.
Oct 6, 2018
91
I have fun doing this kind of test :pScreenshot_20181019-182534.png
 
trilogy

trilogy

can't help myself
Sep 7, 2018
37
Major Depression: Extremely High
Dysthymia: Moderate
Bipolar Disorder: Very Slight
Cyclothymia: Slight-Moderate
Seasonal Affective Disorder: High-Moderate
Postpartum Depression: N/A
http://www.depressedtest.com/
 
scales

scales

Resident Slime
Oct 18, 2018
214
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It interests me that all of us have such varied results and yet all of us still want the same thing; to ctb.
 
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Schopenhauer

Enlightened
Oct 3, 2018
1,136
Major Depression: Slight-Moderate
Dysthymia: High
Bipolar Disorder: Very Slight
Cyclothymia: Slight
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Very Slight
Postpartum Depression: N/A

Suicidal feelings automatically count as depression, though...
 
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Maravillosa

Maravillosa

Mistress of all she surveys
Sep 7, 2018
638
Major Depression: Slight-Moderate
Dysthymia: High-Moderate
Bipolar Disorder: Slight
Cyclothymia: Moderate
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Slight
Postpartum Depression: N/A
http://www.depressedtest.com/

OK, makes sense.

Edit: My current psych diagnoses are dysthymia and major depression with psychotic features, moderate (the combination of dysthymia and major depression is often called "double depression"), as well as PTSD.
 
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Iwant2sleepforever

Iwant2sleepforever

Experienced
Sep 8, 2018
227
I’m kind of surprised my major depression wasn’t that high, maybe it’s because I’m not always depressed and it’s a cycle? I’ve also been taking multiple tests and they all say that I am bipolar but I was never diagnosed with it.
 

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worldexploder

worldexploder

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Sep 19, 2018
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I agree with everything expect seasonal effective disorder. I’m depressed no matter what sesson it is. Maybe it’s because I said winter was my least favorite season. I only said that because I hate the cold.
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Sayo

Sayo

Not 2B
Aug 22, 2018
520
Major Depression: Very High
Dysthymia: High-Moderate
Bipolar Disorder: Extremely High
Cyclothymia: High
Seasonal Affective Disorder: High
Postpartum Depression: N/A
http://www.depressedtest.com/

Some odd metrics in the test. I know it's just a quiz, but I was simultaneously surprised by a) the decent quality of its followup questions b) its silly axes. Cyclothymia is pretty much mutually exclusive with bipolar disorder, for one. It seems though that if you are a depressed or suicidal person, you will score high in everything by default.

I wonder if it actually uses the latitude for anything other than data-gathering, like maybe the seasonal questions. Summer has a very high association with inpatient stays in people with certain disorders (schizophrenia, bipolar, etc.) because of heat-related agitation seeming to worsen mania, among other things. Heat seems to induce suicidality in the depressed as well (unsurprisingly), and the change in light amount seems to be another agitating source.

I have a father with seasonal-patterned bipolar disorder. The most pronounced thing about it is that he becomes manic as spring arrives without fail, although that is just my perspective. Maybe the most pronounced thing to him is a depressive pattern that I didn't observe. I experience a great worsening of my depression in summer.
 
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