From a teen in New Zealand: So I scored 47 on a depression test and that’s how I feel. But the the thing is I am happy. People still think I am weird and funny person too and happy but I still find myself normal just unique and weird.
This is an example of where a little information is not necessarily a good thing. A “depression test” online is intended only to provide a very general screening. It is not a diagnosis. Often such tests give a “false positive”. Your feelings are a much more reliable indicator than an anonymous “test”.
I am curious why you decided to take the test. You say you are weird. Weird can also be wacky and wonderful — not an indicator of abnormal. Since you are happy, I suggest you embrace your weirdness and enjoy life.
I wish you well. Dr. Marie
High on Depression Test But Happy
Dr. Marie Hartwell-Walker
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APA Reference Hartwell-Walker, D. (2018). High on Depression Test But Happy. Psych Central.
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Last updated: 8 May 2018 Last reviewed: By a member of our scientific advisory board on 8 May 2018 Published on Psych Central.com. All rights reserved.