126 ugh :/
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- 06-01-2015 21:31
- 06-01-2015 21:55
Apart from the last few posts, this is an old thread, but oh well.
102, that's very severe social anxiety disorder, but I expected higher. I would only get a B in A-level panic studies.
- 06-01-2015 22:10
- 07-01-2015 19:59
Very severe social anxiety. Diagnosed with it 3 years ago and I thought it had gotten better.
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- 07-01-2015 20:04
fortunately I am a paranoid narcissistic man-child, so I flip between obsequious deference of authority and not giving a **** about anyone aside from those who can benefit me
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- 07-01-2015 20:13
118. I knew that already, but I suppose I expected it to be higher. I suppose the fact that a huge fear of mine is also failing, which makes me have to face up to things, so I often have to do a lot of the things that I have a severe fear of, so my scores on the right hand side were a lot lower than the scores on the left hand side.
- 10-01-2015 09:15
I was bullied quite badly for 3 years and was also stuck in an sexually, physically and mentally abusive relationship for almost the entirety of that time. I ended up with severe depression, with multiple suicide attempts, which then lead to anorexia and severe social anxiety. Im now 2 years on and i never really had time to recover. I was just thrown straight into a new which i personally think just made the anxiety worse. I couldnt work properly and have been falling behind since and its all just mounting up and i really feel im not going to achieve anything at the end of this year(year13)
Socio-economic status wise, my parents are both surgeons at top london hospitals and ive been privately educated my whole life. I wouldnt say im stuck up or anything, especially not in comparison to the people i have been at school with. It just made them think they could do whatever they wanted to me which also made matters worse.
Im 18 at the end of exams, in a perfect relationship and my boyfriend (20) is seriously helping and i think when ive finished school things will syart to improve hugely as i can start developing as a person in my own way without school getting in the way.
Sorry for such a long story!! I hope you get everything you need from it! (once i get talking its hard to shut up- im rrally sorry!!) 😂😏
- 10-01-2015 13:56
97. Not diagnosed but expected that
- 13-01-2015 00:04
95, higher than I expected
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- 13-01-2015 16:19
I'm expecting it to go off the scale seeing as I literally can't start conversations and avoid most human contact... I do try though, so maybe it won't be so bad as I think...
64 (fear) + 63 (avoidance) = 127
You have very severe social anxiety disorder.
- 26-01-2015 16:46
- 26-01-2015 23:51
I got 40! I'm quite proud really...
I know this would have been MUCH higher a few years ago - I was even scared to go out and socialise with my friends who I knew well.
If you're on here and you're between 12 and 18, it's possible your anxiety will decrease as you grow - I mean what teenager doesn't feel socially anxious?
- 30-01-2015 21:23
There was one and only one i put as 'severe' and 'often' which is strange
- 22-06-2017 00:20
111I have very severe social anxiety apparently.
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- 22-06-2017 00:21
take the test and post your score basically
I got 129 which I kinda figured but was a bit of shock it was so high :/
Very severe social anxiety...
- 22-06-2017 00:28
27 much much lower than I expected.
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- 22-06-2017 00:29
32 (fear) + 1 (avoidance) = 33
You do not suffer from social anxiety
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If I had taken this test 5+ years ago, I definitely would have got over 100
- 22-06-2017 00:44
- 08-07-2017 16:27
How are some ppls scores so low i don't understand
- 08-07-2017 17:03
76, sounds about right, would have been a lot higher a few years ago. so improving