Date: December 20, 2019
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…Dear, dear me…
I’ll have you all know, that Schizoids are the coolest!
These are all negative traits…so, you cant really take this test and come out with a result that makes you look sane.
I am a hermit of sorts…so, that’s what’s really showing up here.
I don’t get the narcissistic thing, though…I’m no narcissist…I just have a lot of humor in me…much of it self deprecating…and I ham it up [sometimes way, way up], when I come online…write, and what not.
Antisocial?…in terms of being around people, sure…But it’s not a nasty form of antisocial…In fact, it’s a rather harmless form.
Compulsive?…Yeah, that’s probably true.
Negativistic?…I don’t even know what to say to that?…Would it be more proof, if I scream “NO!”?…Not sure about this one…I fancy myself an optimist…in the broader picture.
I am avoidant…yes…guilty…
Depressive?…I’ve had a lot of depression in my lifetime…Not sure if that’s what this means, though.
Sure…I am kind of dependent…but I think most people who would have traveled my path would also be.
Schizotypal…I was doing a bit of search engin surfing on this…They claim this has a link with schizophrenia.
Well…wasn’t that a jolly bit of fun?!