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davef
25-10-17, 07:53
https://www.healthyplace.com/psychological-tests/goldberg-depression-questionnaire/
my result:



Quiz Results


Your score:
60.00 out of 90.00 (66.67%)


Passing score:
0.00 (0.00%)


Elapsed time:
01:09





Quiz Message


Scoring:



54+ (High probability of severe depression)
36-53 (Moderate to severe depression)
22-35 (Mild to moderate depression)
18-21 (Borderline depression)
10-17 (Possibility of mild depression)
0-9 (Depression unlikely)






Im messed up and proud!

IronSide
25-10-17, 09:46
Im messed up and proud!

Why ?? that's not something to be proud of ..
I don't know if this saying will help you but here it is


'Can a man still be brave if he's afraid?

''That is the only time a man can be brave,'

Zanatis
25-10-17, 13:20
That's a very high score. I'd say it's money/career related.

davef
25-10-17, 16:11
Why ?? that's not something to be proud of ..
I don't know if this saying will help you but here it is

I know, I was joking around ;). Did you take it yet?

And Zanatis, most mental conditions like depression are genetic.

IronSide
25-10-17, 16:31
Your score: 11.00 out of 90.00 (12.22%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 02:29

Reading difficulties (I don't know why but my eyes just keep moving), sometimes agitated, more pessimistic so that I can deal with the worst case possible, but that's not depression is it ?

davef
25-10-17, 16:55
Your score: 11.00 out of 90.00 (12.22%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 02:29

Reading difficulties (I don't know why but my eyes just keep moving), sometimes agitated, more pessimistic so that I can deal with the worst case possible, but that's not depression is it ?
Reading difficulties don't always imply depression, and tbh i think most people would score like you. 11 doesn't seem like too bad of a score.

Dibran
25-10-17, 16:57
9409

my results

davef
25-10-17, 17:08
Whoops, that annoying invalid attachment issue rears its ugly head. ^^
You can copy and paste the image, it worked for me (surprisingly).

Sile
25-10-17, 18:08
mine below

Your score: 14.00 out of 90.00 (15.56%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 02:01


I recently became a grandfather for the first time , so it may have lowered my score a bit

IronSide
25-10-17, 18:31
mine below

Your score: 14.00 out of 90.00 (15.56%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 02:01


I recently became a grandfather for the first time , so it may have lowered my score a bit

Well that's nice. Congratulations.

Wheal
25-10-17, 18:35
Your score: 14.00 out of 90.00 (15.56%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 01:50
Mild depression.... probably so, I sell real estate.
:grin:

LeBrok
25-10-17, 18:54
What can I say. I'm in happy place with my life.


Your score:
0.00 out of 90.00 (0.00%)


Passing score:
0.00 (0.00%)


Elapsed time:
01:54








And still I have a desire to improve it even more.

I'd say genetics is very important to be happy and some luck too, they gives one a good base to start from, but at least 50% percent is up to us to get there. Which includes planning, making smart choices, knowing yourself, friends selection, financial stability, etc.

Sile
25-10-17, 19:08
Well that's nice. Congratulations.

thanks

Samuele Aindreas ..........italian & gaelic
and
Neve Anna ...........gaelic & italian

davef
25-10-17, 19:17
I still think my score is too high to match reality. I've never attempted suicide and I still get enjoyment out of things.

AdeoF
25-10-17, 22:59
Your score: 8.00 out of 90.00 (8.89%)
Passing score: 0.00 (0.00%)
Elapsed time: 01:06

I guess i'm a happy laid so far :D

NChSh
27-10-17, 21:48
34.00 out of 90.00 (37.78%)

timetraveller
20-11-17, 17:13
Oh, I'm happy to see there are many of you have a low score. But there is something called "social desirability" when respondents of survey tend to give inexact results because they're afraid of what others might think of them after knowing their true answer. It's a situation that could happen, I'm not saying you all are doing that, no offense :)
btw, the link seems to stop working. I cannot do the test for myself.

davef
21-11-17, 07:44
Oh, I'm happy to see there are many of you have a low score. But there is something called "social desirability" when respondents of survey tend to give inexact results because they're afraid of what others might think of them after knowing their true answer. It's a situation that could happen, I'm not saying you all are doing that, no offense :)
btw, the link seems to stop working. I cannot do the test for myself.

I was honest in my answers and i don't expect backlash or judgmental views or comments from most members on this forum.

LeBrok
21-11-17, 17:06
I was honest in my answers and i don't expect backlash or judgmental views or comments from most members on this forum. So many people here appreciate honesty and pursuit of truth.