Friday, June 30, 2006


DisorderYour Score
Major Depression:High-Moderate
Bipolar Disorder:Extremely High
Seasonal Affective Disorder:Moderate
Postpartum Depression:N/A
Take the Depression Test

thanks Hanouma for the link

i always thought i was chronically depressed, with slight abnormal happy days

i am interessted to know how you guys faired in the same test, tamenoony that i am not the only one who's scored highly on 3 of the 5 categories (you too Malice)



still breathing said...

kolohom 3ndi high except the bipolar disorder..
but its not professional right?

KareemFromEgypt said...

not professional but depressing

proffesionalism is overrated anyway

Cleopatrina said...

i always thought u had a bipolar tendency.i think i do to..i wouldnt take the test cuz im doing psychiatry go crazy analyzing the inegrity of this and that..but ull be fine..nothing is not remediable in this phase as long as its not schizo,psychosis or neurosis

Hanouma said...

oh Kareem i'm sorry but ure opinion seemes that u r very rational person, what i'm sayin depressed poeple don't show their sickness they appear very normal. sorry i think i'm stupid not finding anything to say but being bipolar is very dangerous so u have to take care of ure self before it turs to a dangerous phase.

Any way take care of ureself

Anonymous said...

Major Depression: Slight-Moderate
Dysthymia: High-Moderate
Bipolar Disorder: Moderate
Cyclothymia: Very High
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Moderate
Postpartum Depression: N/A

Holy CRAP, I knew I was a bit depressed, I just didn't realize it was that bad :S

Oh Well..

Anonymous said...

speaking bipolar disorders e.t.c. I found this, I hope Kareem doesnt end up the same!!

spanish_moza said...

Interesting test... I'll take it as soon as I can.

Happy birthday Kareem... Sorry but I've been out for a while and I've just found out about your birthday :-))

Cup of Malice said...

Major Depression: Moderate
Dysthymia: Slight
Bipolar Disorder: Slight
Cyclothymia: Slight
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Slight
Postpartum Depression: N/A

Thats mine... However, I think I would rate very highly on the 'Homocidal Rage' Test

Anonymous said...

kareeemm,,no new writing still?
wht's up kareemy

KareemFromEgypt said...

what happened to your blog raghoody?

i have been extremely busy these past two weeks, email me if you want 3ala el gmail address.

i haven't been able to find the time to write at all, although the thoughts never stop flowing, i think i'll go crazy if i don't put them to paper/blog, after a while the traffic jam of thoughts get depressing

still breathing said...

I wouldn't be surprised if someday some fishermen caught a big shark
and cut it open, and there inside was a whole person. Then they cut the person open, and in him is a little baby shark. And in the baby shark there isn't a person, because it would be too small. But there's a little doll or something.

& u said to be there will be inspiring..i'm glad i'm back :)

Kareem..what do u usually do when ur scribbles turn out to be pure shit?

KareemFromEgypt said...

when they turn to be pure shit i don't blog, quite obvious isn't it walaa?

still breathing said...

nah, i didn't mean that......
what do u do to improve them?

Anonymous said...

I think its best to just write down the first thing that comes to mind, because it will be the most honest truthful thing you will write. But when you scribble and remove and edit, you tend to lie to yourself subconsciously and not realize the cover up your doing.

P.S. I just thought that when i read still breathing's reply.

raghoooda said...

still no new ya Kareemy,,hmmm
mashy ..i don't think i got fed up of coming at all and find nothing :)

Anonymous said...

Major Depression: Slight
Dysthymia: Slight
Bipolar Disorder: Extremely High
Cyclothymia: High-Moderate
Seasonal Affective Disorder: Moderate
Postpartum Depression: N/A

seems we're kinda similar.... on another interesting note, i sent this to some of my friends and to my surprise most people our age (18-26) are suffering from some form of Bipolar Disorder or Cyclothymia.