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[TEST] ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES (ACE)

The ACE Test is short, only 10 questions. It is considered a gold-standard assessment tool in determining things like how well your career may go, if you’ll be addicted to drugs and alcohol, whether you'll struggle with anxiety, and even how long you’ll live.

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[TEST] HOW GOOD IS YOUR EMOTIONAL CONTROL?

Are you resisting the things in your life that you simply can’t change? Take this quiz created by self-help guru Deepak Chopra to understand if you are trying to control your emotions in an unhealthy way, which may be affecting your mental health.

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[TEST] DO YOU HAVE COMMON PTSD (TRAUMA) SYMPTOMS?

PTSD is not something that only comes from experiencing the horrors of war and combat. The reality is that it can also stem from things like ongoing verbal and emotional abuse in childhood, domestic violence, being attacked or sexually assaulted, being in an accident, or even bullying and threats.

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[TEST] ARE YOU AT RISK OF BURNOUT?

You have a million things to do and no time to do it.  The pressure is mounting, your phone keeps ringing, expectations are high, and you feel like there's no way you can keep up with it all. Are you sailing along smoothly, or are you about to hit your breaking-point?

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[TEST] ARE YOU IN A CODEPENDENT RELATIONSHIP?

Codependency is dysfunctional, one-sided relationship where one partner relies on the other for meeting nearly their emotional and self-esteem needs. It can also describes a relationship that enables another person to maintain their irresponsible, addictive, or underachieving behavior.

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[TEST] ARE YOU DEPRESSED?...OR JUST SAD?

Are you depressed? Or are you just going through a sad time in your life? This short American Psychiatric Association Depression Test can help you find out.

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[TEST] ANXIETY SELF-ASSESSMENT

Fear and anxiety are a normal part of life. You may feel anxious before you take a test or walk down a dark street. This kind of anxiety is usually ends soon after you are out of the situation that caused it. But for millions of people, the anxiety does not go away, and only gets worse over time.