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Their result for The 4 Variable Grief/Trauma Test Test ...

Well Rounded Victim

You scored 30Openness, 17 Reexperiencing, 28 Attachmentand 84 Self Concept!

You scored very low on the only category in the set that indicates clearly a pathology - so the chances of outright mental incapacity are low. It might help to compensate for this category by trying to bring yourself to visit the sight of the trauma, when and if you can - with a strong individual who will not be swayed or hurt. You, like anybody else facing trauma or complicated grief, require the love and attention of others, and maybe therapy. Be careful that you do not underestimate the extent to which the loss has really affected you.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Openness Distribution

    They scored 30% on Openness, higher than 54% of your peers.

  • Reexperiencing Distribution

    They scored 17% on Reexperiencing, higher than 56% of your peers.

  • Attachment Distribution

    They scored 28% on Attachment, higher than 51% of your peers.

  • Self Concept Distribution

    They scored 84% on Self Concept, higher than 89% of your peers.

All possible test results

The Non Entity

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The Stoic Griever

You rely solely on your sense of self in embracing (or failing to embrace) loss or trauma. Perhaps you reject the entire notion of loss or trauma, which is fine - if that's truly how you feel. Howeve... Read more

Intimate Griever

Grief revolves, for you, entirely around the impact the individual had on your life - you put them ahead of yourself. A healthy attachment to an individual, early in life, is the stepping stone to pro... Read more

Intimate Stoic

This is of course a paradox in terms. It is the combination of a healthy sense of self esteem and identity, with the ability to form new and lasting - intimate relationships. The paradox in achieving ... Read more

In Need of Help

This is a profoundly pathological category - you may suffer from all the characteristic signs of PTSD or complicated grief ... you need to find a therapist who can help you work on: Valuing your self,... Read more

The Proud Psychotic

Reexperiencing an event is a pathological indicator in the DSM. It is one of the central qualities of complicated (unresolved) grief, as well as PTSD. Depending on the severity, it can cripple your li... Read more

The Quintessential

You score high in attachment ... this means you know how to form relatonships, maintain them, you instinctively trust others ... and are capable of intimate love. These will be your salvation as you d... Read more

Suppressed Grief

Having high scores in all the other categories is somewhat useless if you are incapable of being honest and open in describing and discussing what has happened. This, of course, takes time - and wit... Read more

Shirt Sleeve Griever

Everybody around you has a good idea if something has happened to you - which is a good thing, if in fact you have enough social skill and intimacy building abilities to capitalize and use this extern... Read more

The Stranger

Your strengths are your ability to express yourself - and your understanding of who you are. These will lead to an articulate presentation of the self to others around you - whose interference in your... Read more

Loving Partner

This is a very strong combination; probably the most desirable combination of attributes to have in a time of grief or turmoil. You lack only a sense of self, an identity to cling to while in this ph... Read more

Well Rounded Victim

You scored very low on the only category in the set that indicates clearly a pathology - so the chances of outright mental incapacity are low. It might help to compensate for this category by trying... Read more

Unconditional Victim

This category is common - because those who rexperience an event tend to be open, even if inadvertantly, in their expression of those symptoms to others. A good exampple of this is the film "Reign ove... Read more

The Cry for Help

Any score that involves a low yield for attachment is subject to potential pathology or mental illness. Attachment is our subconscious, birth evolved sense of developing and maintaining intimacy wit... Read more

The mutable griever

You are open about loss, able to express it - however you tend to rexperience it, which can wear away at your ability to withstand stress. The lack of a firm self concept is the first noticable defici... Read more

The Unlikely

This category is unlikely and perhaps statistically impossibly - not much can be said about it since no apparent relative deviations from the norm are made; you must examine the numbers more closel... Read more

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