90 Percent Chance Of Being Depressed
Okay, so it’s no secret that I’ve been on a bit of down slope last past 45 days. Today, I came across www.whatsmym3.com. They have a free online psychological disorders test.
I thought, “let me just take the test to see if the results match up with what I already know.” Will my Depression line up with the “NON diagnostic instrument” online test? A score of 33 or greater means that your life may be impacted by a mood disorder. My results: 72…
Here are the results of What Is My M3 test said about my “down slope”: “Your responses on the depression scale indicate that there is over a 90% chance that you are suffering from Depression.”
Conclusion – This test seems to be right on the dot. Yes, dead center, hitting the nail straight on the head and pin pointed what I already knew… FEAR NOT… the good news is: I’m 10% happier than I was two weeks ago. 🙂
Depressed Peer’s Smart Phone Alert: BAD MOOD Alert – 90% Depressed…Positive Thought: You’re 10% happier!!
Caption: New Depression App with a Positive Psychology Twist
Take the test and let me know how you do. (If you want to share that is…)
I would be remiss if I did not mention that here at PsychCentral, there are a number of free online tests you can take that do the same thing as M3. While you must remember that these tools are not true diagnostic instruments, they will help you gauge where your mood and mind may be at. Check them out at http://psychcentral.com/quizzes.
I took the PsychCentral Depression test to see how my mood would be based on that test…Oddly enough, I scored 72 also… LOL
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Stewart, C. (2012). 90 Percent Chance Of Being Depressed. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 21, 2018, from https://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2012/07/90-percent-chance-of-being-depressed/