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Author: joybucket
Created: May 22, 2022
Taken: 11 times
Rated: G

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What's your psych ward diagnosis? pt. 2! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ’Š

Created by joybucket and taken 11 times on Bzoink
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Note: Please do not take this seriously; this survey is not actual diagnostic criteria for any of these conditions. If you think you have any of these conditions, please go see a doctor! That being said, I hope you enjoy...have fun!
Panic Disorder ๐Ÿคช
You've had a panic attack.
You have frequent panic attacks.
You can't handle your life; you feel like your life is spinning out of control.
You have anxiety about having anxiety.
You experience sudden episodes of intense fear for no apparent reason.
You avoid doing certain things or going certain places, because you're afraid of having a panic attack.
You've experienced an overwhelming sense of fear that came along with a pounding heart, shaking, chest tightness, and an upset stomach.
You've felt sick to your stomach when you were stressed about something.
You've done something you were terrified to do, and you were shaking with fear as you did it, but you overcame anyway.
You constantly feel stressed, and sometimes it gets to be too much to bear.
Prolonged Grief Disorder ๐Ÿ˜ญ
You've experienced a tragic loss.
You've grieved after experiencing a traumatic loss.
....and your grief seemed to last forever....or at least for a very, very long time.
....and you're still grieving and suffering because of this loss; you just can't seem to get over it....
You haven't yet accepted the reality of this loss or taken steps to move forward.
You think about this loss constantly; you can't get it out of your head.
You avoid reminders of this loss as much as you can, because it's just so painful, and any reminders of it will cause you to re-live it all over again.
You constantly are yearning for what you lost; you want it back again and can't shake this overwhelming grief and longing for what you once had.
You cry constantly and feel extremely isolated and alone.
It's been more than six months, but you still are consumed with grief over this loss.
Grief ๐Ÿ˜ญ
You've experienced a tragic loss.
Your sense of loss is so profound that you feel like your life is not worth living without whatever it is that you lost.
You constantly feel exhausted, and you have no energy or motivation.
You feel like you can't handle your life, like it's just too much for you to deal with.
Your capacity and ability to deal with stress has changed; you can't handle as much as you could before your loss.
Old wounds have resurfaced, and you are grieving because of those losses, too.
You don't feel like your life is worth living anymore.
You've noticed that your physical health problems become significantly worse whenever you are grieving.
You've been experiencing new physical health problems, and the cause of these physical health problems is unknown.
At or around the same time you experienced a significant loss, you started having new significant physical health problems as well as emotional and psychological, and doctors couldn't give you any explanation as to why.
You don't trust people.
You are untrusting and suspicious of everyone, even when they haven't given you any reason to be.
You are afraid to walk outside at night alone.
You constantly fear that others are plotting against you.
You constantly act defensive, because you feel threatened by other people.
You are very emotionally guarded.
You are easily offended and are unable to forgive those who have hurt you in the past.
You worry about things that are very unlikely to happen.
You are constantly worried that the worst case scenario is going to happen.
You believe that everyone has evil intentions and is out to harm you.
Substance Abuse Disorder
You've been drunk and/or high.
You become addicted to substances easily.
You've experienced addiction to either alcohol, marijuana, illegal drugs, or prescription drugs.
You've taken/used more of a substance than you originally intended to.
You've continued to use a substance even though it caused you dangerous side effects.
You've experienced withdrawal symptoms when stopping a substance suddenly.
Your body has developed tolerance to a particular substance, meaning you need to take a larger amount of it to continue getting the same results.
You've experienced cravings for a particular substance after you stopped using it.
Since you began using a particular substance, you've experienced a decline or attendance in performance at school, work, or home.
Since you began using a particular substance, you've experienced a decline in physical appearance and/or personal hygiene.
You think you are fat.
You have skipped meals because you wanted to lose weight.
You have a fear of eating in public.
You are obsessed with counting calories.
People have commented that you look very thin, but you don't think so.
You hate what you see when you look in the mirror.
You compare yourself to celebrities and models who are thin, and you want to look like them.
You have collapsed while exercising.
You often feel hungry, even after you eat.
You are obsessed with losing weight, and you weigh yourself constantly.
Binge Eating Disorder
You eat a lot.
Sometimes you eat just because you are bored.
You've binged on food as a way to deal with stress, anxiety, grief, sadness, conflicting emotions, etc.
You feel like something is missing in your life, and you try to fill that void with food.
You eat even when you don't feel hungry.
Sometimes you will keep eating even though you're full, because the food tastes so good, and you find it hard to stop!
When you're sad and feeling sorry for yourself, eating delicious food helps take your mind off the pain, and you use it as a way to cope!
You feel angry or disgusted with yourself after you've binged on food.
You feel like you have no self-control.
You find it hard stop eating when something tastes really good.
You binge-eat, and then you make yourself get sick afterward.
You've made yourself throw up by sticking your finger down your throat.
You feel like you have no self-control, and you feel ashamed.
You feel out of control when you are binging.
You've exercised excessively to try and lose weight.
You have low self-esteem and hate the way you look.
Someone has heard you get sick and asked if you're ok, and you've lied and said you were fine.
You compare yourself to other people and you wish you looked like them.
You are afraid of becoming fat or obese.
You feel ashamed and disgusted with yourself.
Psychosis ๐Ÿคช
You've experienced hallucinations and/or delusions.
You've watched as one object morphed into something else.
You've thought you saw a person standing outside your door, but then realized there was no one there.
You've woken up to see a shadowy object or figure floating in the air.
You've woken up to find a demon sitting or standing by your bed, trying to convince you to stab yourself.
You've heard voices telling you to harm yourself or someone else.
You've felt like you were being followed, but then turned around and saw there was no one there.
You've seen a demon riding on someone's back.
You've watched as a demon beat someone up.
You've seen or felt the presence of an angel.
Seasonal Affective Disorder
You live in an area with long, freezing cold winters that don't get much sun.
You feel depressed in the winters.
You sleep more in the winter, and sometimes you over-sleep.
You've noticed you feel depressed if you go days without sunlight.
You've noticed that turning on a bright light can cause a lift in your mood.
Winter seems very long to you.
Sometimes where you live, the sky will be gray and cloudy for days on end.
You feel happier, energetic, and more motivated on days when the sun is shining.
You often feel lethargic and have no motivation during the winter.
When you step outside on a sunny spring day, you feel like you are stepping into a whole different realm.
What is your psych ward diagnosis according to this survey?
...Do you actually have this condition?
...Do you think you may have this condition?
What mental health conditions do you have?
What mental health conditions, if any, have you had in the past that you don't anymore?
Have you ever struggled with addiction?
Have you ever had a bad experience with antidepressants?
Have you ever had to take anti-psychotic medication?
Have you ever had a bad experience with anti-psychotics?
What, if anything, should I include in the next survey?
Did you enjoy this survey?
Anything else you'd like to say?
Any prayer requests? (I will pray for you, seriously!) ๐Ÿ™
I hope you have a happy, healthy, pain-free day!!!!!!โ˜€๏ธ