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How Dissociative Are You? Test that Measures Dissociation

 
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Score of 93.. hooray for me!.. but yeah.. fuck
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According to the test, I am okay. But I do dissociate purposely in crowds. I am a hermit basically. I love people, just not all at once.
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sounds more like an introvert to me.
Wouldn't it be great to heal the world, with only a song?
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Second test 237.. great, fantastic.. superb. I feel like the dude in the movie memento. Got a wall full of stick-on-notes.. when the hell did i even eat last time.. shit
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I got a 23... what does that mean? I never heard of Dissociative Identity Disorder.
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That's because to stay in business Psychiatry/Psychology organizations must create new "mental disorders" every few years. And they are very, very imaginative!

All part of the huge Snake-oil Salesmen Association.

Just think of the "Cure for Cancer" campaigns to raise funds for "research" all the time. It's been, what, about 90 years now they've been selling that BS about a "cure."

If you answer the test, be dishonest. They certainly are.hf
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Bingo! I've often thought of shrinks as modern-day shamen, and their drugs and prescription pads are the rattles they use to ward off the evil spirits. I've personally found psychologists can be useful when they employ Cognitive Behavioural Techniques (CBT) to treat problems. CBT often works because it directly addresses issues by offering problem-solving tools and skills.

In some societies, the mental problems that are common in the Western world are unknown or very uncommon, and psychiatrists aren't needed.

There are NO psychiatric conditions that can be diagnosed with empirically validated, independently testable methods like blood tests. However, there are medical conditions that can cause psychiatric symptoms (vitamin deficiencies, thyroid disease and brain tumours, to name a few).

And if you want to know what's really crazy about psychiatry, consider the fact that psychiatrists prescribe antidepressants to treat depression, but they really don't know how they work. All they have to go on is untested theories about how they work, and supposition. Most antidepressants are blunt-force instruments that jack up serotonin, thanks to the mistaken belief that serotonin is the only neurotransmitter that matters.

Jack up the dose too high, and you put the patient on the verge of having serotonin syndrome that can kill, and suicidal feelings or feelings of rage. Many psych drugs can cause a condition called akathisia, a severe feeling of inner restlessness that, when combined with feelings of rage or suicidality, can put a lot of people over the edge and cause them to act out.

There's an increasing recognition out there that if antidepressants must be prescribed, they should be given only to severely depressed people who genuinely need to be
energized and brought out of the state they're in. They're too activating and problematic for people with mild to moderate depression (whose condition usually improves with time and lots of TLC from others.)
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OMG I got a 78 oh well life goes on.
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I don't remember opening this page or even turning on my computer.


Wait, this isn't my house!...
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12. Some people have the experience of feeling that other people, objects, and the world around them are not real.

How else can you conceive even the basics of science.

14. Some people have the experience of sometimes remembering a past event so vividly that they feel as if they were reliving that event.

Good memory = dissociation?

18. Some people find that they become so involved in a fantasy or daydream that it feels as though it were really happening to them.

I pity those who have to write fiction without this ability or read their stories.

19. Some people find that they sometimes are able to ignore pain.

That's a skill !

20. Some people find that that they sometimes sit staring off into space, thinking of nothing, and are not aware of the passage of time.

Meditation is awesome.

27. Some people sometimes find that they hear voices inside their head that tell them to do things or comment on things that they are doing.

Unless they're brain dead.. it's called thinking
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Excellent analysis. Thanks

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