Thought disorder test (15 Items)

Thought disorder, also called formal thought disorder or disorganized speech, is when a person’s thoughts become incoherent, illogical, and disorganized. This is reflected in how the person expresses themselves in speech and writing. Thought disorder is the main symptom of schizophrenia, dementia, and psychotic disorders. Of course, normal people also experience disorganized thoughts when they’re …

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Cyclothymia test (20 Items)

Cyclothymia is derived from the Greek “kyklos”, meaning “cycle” and “thymos”, meaning “mood”. A person with cyclothymia or cyclothymic disorder experiences frequent mood cycles or mood swings. While it’s normal for people to experience mood swings from time to time, those shifts in mood don’t typically interfere with day-to-day activities. When mood swings become severe …

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Trauma response quiz (4 Fs)

Trauma is usually caused by life-threatening events like combat situations, natural disasters, and accidents. But events like a breakup or the loss of a loved one can also be traumatic. Given our minds and bodies are designed to ensure survival, we come neurobiologically prepared to cope with trauma. Trauma response is how we cope with …

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Covert narcissist test (25 Items)

Narcissism is having an exaggerated sense of self-importance and thinking you’re superior to others. Narcissists tend to only care about themselves and lack empathy. Most people have a mix of narcissistic and empathic traits. Narcissism is of two types: Overt narcissists are people who openly display their narcissism. They’re usually extroverted, have high self-esteem, and …

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Hypervigilance test (25 Items self-test)

Hypervigilance is derived from the Greek ‘hyper’, meaning ‘over’, and Latin ‘vigilantia’, meaning ‘wakefulness’. Hypervigilance is a mental state where a person scans their environment for potential threats. A hypervigilant person notices the slightest change in their environment and perceives it as a potential threat. Hypervigilance and anxiety go hand in hand. Anxiety stems from …

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‘Am I still in love?’ quiz

You’ve been in a good relationship for a while. The honeymoon phase is over, and the relationship has started to stabilize. While you may feel safe and secure with your partner, you may still face ups and downs in your relationship. During the downs, you’re likely to have doubts about the relationship. After all, the …

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Common sense test (25 Items)

Ever taken a common sense test that 90% of people supposedly fail at, only to find that the questions have nothing to do with common sense? Instead, the questions are either misleading or contain children’s riddles. It’s surprising how the makers of those tests don’t have the common sense of what to include in a …

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Misanthropy test (18 Items, instant results)

The word misanthropy comes from the Greek misein, meaning “to hate” and anthropos, meaning “man”. Misanthropy is, therefore, ‘hatred of mankind’. However, not all misanthropes hate humanity. A more appropriate definition of misanthropy would be ‘a general dislike and distrust of humanity’. In some cases, the dislike turns into hatred. Misanthropy isn’t disliking individuals or …

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Emotionally unavailable husband quiz

For a relationship to thrive, partners need to be available to each other physically and emotionally. Emotional availability of the partner makes one feel safe and secure in the relationship. Emotional unavailability, in contrast, makes one feel insecure. Romantic relationships and marriages are expected to fulfill one’s emotional needs. If one cannot meet their emotional …

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Street smart vs book smart quiz (24 Items)

Have you ever asked yourself these questions: “Am I street smart or book smart?”“Do I have a street-smart personality?” If you have, today you’ll know for sure. Smartness comes down to problem-solving. The more complex problems you can solve, the smarter you are. To be able to solve problems, you need knowledge. This knowledge can …

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