Quizzes

Could you suffer from Poor Body Image?

Poor body image and concerns with one's physical appearance are quite common. In fact up to 89% of girls have dieted by age 17 and 43% of men are dissatisfied with their appearance. Take this quiz to see if you could suffer from poor body image.

Could you suffer from Hoarding Disorder?

Many people experience an attachment to valued personal belongings or have the desire to collect objects. Individuals with Hoarding Disorder have difficulty discarding things and collect items that are in excessive quantity or are unnecessary. Take this quiz to see if you could suffer from Hoarding.

Could you suffer from Depersonalization Disorder

Depersonalization can be a symptom in of itself but is also present as a symptom in many other conditions, such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Depression. An individual with depersonalization feels unreal or detached from ones body or environment. Take this quiz to see if you could suffer from depersonalization.

Do you suffer from Scrupulosity?

Scrupulosity is a common OCD symptom in which an individual becomes overly concerned with morality and religion. Take this quiz to see if you could suffer from scrupulosity.

Could you suffer from Olfactory Reference Syndrome?

Many people are concerned about their general body hygiene, but becoming overly preoccupied with one's body odor or hygiene can impact daily functioning and lead to depression, embarrassment, shame and avoidance. Take this quiz to see if you could suffer from a condition called Olfactory Reference Syndrome. 

Could you suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)?

Many individuals strive for perfectionim, follow rules, have high standards for others behavior as well as priortize work over leisure time in order to be successful. OCPD is a personality style in which these characteristics lead to excessive perfectionism, mental control, and orerliness.  Take this quiz to find out if you may have symptoms of OCPD.