I think the issue of always giving, or thinking you have, a diagnosis - is a bit crazy in itself. What is this? Classifying people, putting people in a box??? Offcourse sometimes you really have a diagnosis...but why not just realizing people have emotions and accepting that we all have different ways of coping with them? Let us all be ourself, and proud of it! Life can be hard. I dont think that has to do with us.... It has to do with life itself. The premesis of life is joy and laughter, life and death. Life is both brutal and beautiful. And it is our duty to best play the cards we are given in life. And as long as we are alive, the possibillity of happiness always lies waiting for us. Kenneth.
I have been diagnosed with Aspergers, an NHS psychologist advised me to contact the National Autistic Society in order to better understand the condition & how it affects me, but she is not recommending treatment - which I do understand as the NHS has not got the resources to be trying to treat people with incurable conditions, it's just a pity that I do not have the financial resources to go private.
I scored 33 on schizoid
44 on borderline personality
64 on depression,..... surprise, surprise. (Plus moderate insomnia apparently)
31 on anxiety
37 on social anxiety
35 on depersonalization test
40 on autism
53 on EQ
...everytyhing with a notable score........
Only good thing was the 114 on the IQ test...
ok at least not everything is wrong with me.