Friday, December 22, 2006

Color me weirdo...

Or call me a weirdo... But, I have never, EVER, done a more accurate test in my life. It's like it's shouting "It's YOU!". I'm kinda freaked out... Paskalip found the site through Stumble. Click on the image to go and take the test yourself. It's worth it, I swear!

My results:

Your Existing Situation

Works well in cooperation with others. Needs a personal life of mutual understanding and freedom from discord.

Your Stress Sources

Resilience and tenacity have become weakened. Feels overtaxed, worn out, and getting nowhere, but continues to stand his ground. He feels this adverse situation as an actual tangible pressure which is intolerable to him and from which he wants to escape, but he feels unable to make the necessary decision.

Your Restrained Characteristics

Emotionally inhibited. Feels forced to compromise, making it difficult for him to form a stable emotional attachment. Able to achieve satisfaction through sexual activity.

Your Desired Objective

Wants interesting and exciting things to happen. Able to make himself well-liked by his obvious interest and by the very openness of his charm. Over-imaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming.

Your Actual Problem

The tensions induced by trying to cope with conditions which are really beyond his capabilities, or reserves of strength, have led to considerable anxiety and a sense of personal (but unadmitted) inadequacy. He attempts to escape into a substitute world in which things are more nearly as he desires them to be.

Your Actual Problem #2

Has a fear that he might be prevented from achieving the things he wants. This leads him to employ great personal charm in his dealings with others, hoping that this will make it easier for him to reach his objectives.

Woah! I really need to visit the shrink!

1 comment:

Βορέας said...

Για εμένα δεν το βρήκα να είναι τόσο ακριβές, ό,τι ήθελε έγραψε (εντελώς άσχετα). Τέλος πάντων ίσως είμαι αψυχολόγητος! Καλά Χριστούγεννα σου εύχομαι! Τα λέμε!


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