My Personality & Psychological Test

Today I went to have my first ever personality and psychological test.

Needless to say, I was quite nervous.

Fortunately, the new mild pills, prescribed by the psychiatrist seemed to be working.

I met with the other psychologist to do my personality psychological test!

She was very straightforward and told me that we’ll do the test and proceed with the rest of the treatment after the results are out.

The test was pretty simple. It consists of 300+ questions, asking you all sorts of things and you need to reply with ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

Although I don’t remember every single question, I’ll try to write down as much as I can remember:

Do you feel stressed?

Yes

Do you feel pain in your body?

Yes

Do you get headaches every other day?

Yes

Have you ever felt extremely happy for no reason?

No

Do you have an alcohol problem?

Yes

Do you feel you can trust people around you?

No

Do you feel better when you’re around people?

No

Do you feel better after you’ve shared your problems?

No

If someone hurts you, would you hurt them back?

Yes

Do you think most people lie?

Yes

Are you easily angered?

Yes

Do you want to break things when you’re angry?

Yes

Would you work as a librarian?

Yes

Have you lied you’re sick just so you don’t go out?

Yes

Do you wait until the last minute to start a task?

Yes

When you go out, do you feel worried that people are watching you?

Yes

Are you confident?

No

Can you take compliments?

No

Have you ever done something that you regret now?

Yes

Do you think you’re unworthy to be forgiven?

Yes

Are you scared to play a game because you think you won’t get it?

Yes

If you had the chance, would you do something for the greater good?

Yes

Have you ever been in love?

Yes

Do you think men only want sex?

Yes

Do you love your father?

I don’t know

Do you love your mother?

Yes

Have you been beaten?

Yes

Are your parents strict?

Yes

Do you think you’ve achieved something in life?

No

Do you think people like you?

I don’t know

Did you enjoy going to school?

No

Did you have problems learning?

Yes

Is your memory worse than before?

Yes

Do you feel happier than before?

No

Do you think you get enough understanding from the people around you?

I don’t know

Do you think about suicide?

Yes

Do you smell things that other people don’t?

Yes

Do you see things?

No

Do you hear voices?

No

Are you constantly worried?

Yes

Have you run away from home?

Yes

Are you scared of spiders?

Yes

Are you scared of mice?

No

How about knives?

Only when I think of killing myself.

If you’re part of a group that has done something bad, would you cover it up?

No

Do you think people get what they deserve?

No

Are you easily offended?

Yes

Those are just a few of the questions I’ve been asked. There were a lot more uncomfortable questions but they had to be answered. Even though this wasn’t an exam, the psychologist told me that I did it in half the time, which meant I was incredibly honest.

The results are going to be out probably in a few days. It was advised that they are going to be emailed to my father. It’s a precaution so I don’t interpret it the wrong way.

One way or another, they are going to discuss the results with me.

I guess that’s all for now.

To be honest, I did miss to mention a couple of very important conversations from the therapy yesterday but I’ll include them in the next one!

 

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