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[Pelbagai] QUIZ: Cognitive-Biases Test Will Accurately Reveal Your Subconscious Insecuritie

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Edited by edoraixora at 7-9-2018 11:11 AM

Sometimes, our brain has its own bugs, which are called cognitive biases. What we see first in this photo can give us a lot of information about what kind of traits we have and how our subconscious mind thinks and work.

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mine...benar sekali

You Have An Anxious Mind.
Your anxious mind poses so many obstacles! You cant just calm down, and its impossible to "stop caring so much".

Its more likely that youre always subconsciously try to prepare for the worst. And even though the worst possible outcome may never occur, the anxious part of your mind prepares your reserved personality for what could happen. You make plans, called plan A, and Plan B. Plan B, of course, is for when Plan A surely fails, but you hope it doesnt, maybebut in case it does, you got that backup solution, B. You do this because unconsciously, you think this can help you remain chill and look cool despite your chaos filled brain.

Not only that, you can be emotional and sensitive. So, when struggling with such contrasting emotions, you are happier surrounded by those who understand, or at least, try to understand. Thats why you rather have few friends than a large number. Its just more comfortable that way. The negative part of your brain is not being able to enjoy large numbers of people at one time. We are content with a few number of people C crowds tend to activate our anxiety.


You are allergic to the word uncertainty. You believe that we must continue to worry until uncertainty has been resolved. Sometimes, you will stop worrying about a particular problem not because you have accepted the prospect of the threat, but because you have shifted from one worry to another.

Lastly, you tend to interpret ambiguous events as negative or threatening. For example, you will interpret an ambiguous comment, such as that is an interesting shirt you have on, emotionally negative. You are highly sensitive to being ignored by other people, and you constantly monitor for signs that people might not like you. Distorted internal belief systems that provide incorrect views of the world produce anxiety disorder. So, beware of that.



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Post time 7-9-2018 11:35 AM | Show all posts
Edited by seribulan at 7-9-2018 10:45 AM

I am actually the opposite

Cognitive-Biases Test Will Accurately Reveal Your Subconscious Insecurities You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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Post time 7-9-2018 12:57 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
Errrrr errr macam tak betul je..

You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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Post time 7-9-2018 01:08 PM | Show all posts
ade jugak part yg betul sikit2..

[size=1.3em]You are a People Pleaser.
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.
You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.
You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.
Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.


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I beg to differ

You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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Sometimes, our brain has its own bugs, which are called cognitive biases. What we see first in this photo can give us a lot of information about what kind of traits we have and how our subconscious mind thinks and work.

please click the link;

https://psych2go.net/cognitive-b ... cious-insecurities/




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mine...benar sekali

You Have An Anxious Mind.
Your anxious mind poses so many obstacles! You cant just calm down, and its impossible to "stop caring so much".

Its more likely that youre always subconsciously try to prepare for the worst. And even though the worst possible outcome may never occur, the anxious part of your mind prepares your reserved personality for what could happen. You make plans, called plan A, and Plan B. Plan B, of course, is for when Plan A surely fails, but you hope it doesnt, maybebut in case it does, you got that backup solution, B. You do this because unconsciously, you think this can help you remain chill and look cool despite your chaos filled brain.

Not only that, you can be emotional and sensitive. So, when struggling with such contrasting emotions, you are happier surrounded by those who understand, or at least, try to understand. Thats why you rather have few friends than a large number. Its just more comfortable that way. The negative part of your brain is not being able to enjoy large numbers of people at one time. We are content with a few number of people C crowds tend to activate our anxiety.


You are allergic to the word uncertainty. You believe that we must continue to worry until uncertainty has been resolved. Sometimes, you will stop worrying about a particular problem not because you have accepted the prospect of the threat, but because you have shifted from one worry to another.

Lastly, you tend to interpret ambiguous events as negative or threatening. For example, you will interpret an ambiguous comment, such as that is an interesting shirt you have on, emotionally negative. You are highly sensitive to being ignored by other people, and you constantly monitor for signs that people might not like you. Distorted internal belief systems that provide incorrect views of the world produce anxiety disorder. So, beware of that.

I do not plan to fail, but I do have Plan G, just in case

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You are a People Pleaser.
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You Have An Anxious Mind.

Your anxious mind poses so many obstacles! You cant just calm down, and its impossible to "stop caring so much".

Its more likely that youre always subconsciously try to prepare for the worst. Andeven though the worst possible outcome may never occur, theanxious part of your mind prepares your reserved personality for what could happen.You make plans, called plan A, and Plan B. Plan B, of course, is for when Plan A surely fails, but you hope it doesnt, maybebut in case it does, you got that backup solution, B. You do this because unconsciously, you think this can helpyou remain chill and look cool despite your chaos filled brain.

Not only that, you can be emotional and sensitive. So, when struggling with such contrasting emotions,you are happier surrounded by those who understand, or at least, try to understand. Thats why you rather have few friends than a large number. Its just more comfortable that way. The negative part of your brain is not being able to enjoy large numbers of people at one time. We arecontent with a few number of people Ccrowds tend to activate our anxiety.

Youare allergic to the word uncertainty. You believe that we must continue to worry until uncertainty has been resolved. Sometimes, you will stop worrying about a particular problem not because you have accepted the prospect of the threat, but because you have shifted from one worry to another.

Lastly, you tend to interpret ambiguous events as negative or threatening. For example, you will interpret an ambiguous comment, such as that is an interesting shirt you have on, emotionally negative.You arehighly sensitive to being ignored by other people, and you constantly monitor for signs that people might not like you. Distorted internal belief systems that provide incorrect views of the world produce anxiety disorder. So, beware of that.

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You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.




this is so~ me.

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Post time 10-9-2018 08:24 PM | Show all posts
You are a People Pleaser - Nope, I am the total opposite of this!
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values. - Wrong! I dont really care whether ppl like me or not..
You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings. - Wrong! I always put myself first in every situation & not afraid to say NO..
You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated. - 100% the opposite of all these!
Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen. - Wrong again! I will say what I want & be done with it, move on.

Apa quiz ni, tak tepat langsung!



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Post time 10-9-2018 08:49 PM From the mobile phone | Show all posts
You are a People Pleaser

Pstt- Malas nk copypaste pepanjang.. ramai yg dah tepek kat atas..

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You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You Have An Anxious Mind.
Your anxious mind poses so many obstacles! You cant just calm down, and its impossible to "stop caring so much".

Its more likely that youre always subconsciously try to prepare for the worst. And even though the worst possible outcome may never occur, the anxious part of your mind prepares your reserved personality for what could happen. You make plans, called plan A, and Plan B. Plan B, of course, is for when Plan A surely fails, but you hope it doesnt, maybebut in case it does, you got that backup solution, B. You do this because unconsciously, you think this can help you remain chill and look cool despite your chaos filled brain.

Not only that, you can be emotional and sensitive. So, when struggling with such contrasting emotions, you are happier surrounded by those who understand, or at least, try to understand. Thats why you rather have few friends than a large number. Its just more comfortable that way. The negative part of your brain is not being able to enjoy large numbers of people at one time. We are content with a few number of people C crowds tend to activate our anxiety.

You are allergic to the word uncertainty. You believe that we must continue to worry until uncertainty has been resolved. Sometimes, you will stop worrying about a particular problem not because you have accepted the prospect of the threat, but because you have shifted from one worry to another.

Lastly, you tend to interpret ambiguous events as negative or threatening. For example, you will interpret an ambiguous comment, such as that is an interesting shirt you have on, emotionally negative. You are highly sensitive to being ignored by other people, and you constantly monitor for signs that people might not like you. Distorted internal belief systems that provide incorrect views of the world produce anxiety disorder. So, beware of that.

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You are a People Pleaser.
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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ou are a People Pleaser.
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You are a People Pleaser.

You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You are a People Pleaser.
You pretend to agree with everyone. You tend to agree just because you want to be liked can cause you to engage in behavior that goes against your values. You often sabotage your goals. Unconsciously, you would rather engage in self-destructive behavior if you think it will help others like you more in social situations. For example, you get drunk when you think it will make other people happy, even though getting drunk goes against your values.

You have a hard time forming healthy boundaries with people. It feels impossible and dreadful to say "no" to the things you don't really want to do, but you say it anyway to avoid being hated by the people around you. You always end up feeling mentally drained but you are not sure why, because you spend your whole life trying to fit into other people's expectations, you tend to drown out your own true thoughts and feelings.

You have a problem forming authentic relationships. This is because you cant form authentic relationships with people unless youre willing to speak up sometimes and say that your feelings are hurt. You tend to deny that youre angry, sad, embarrassed, or disappointed even when youre emotionally wounded. This will only keep a relationship superficial, and you will end up feeling emotionally isolated.

Lastly, you feel uncomfortable if someone is angry at you. When someone is mad, you will automatically think you did something wrong to offend them. You will waste hours worrying, retracing your steps and trying to brainstorm on what you said or did that made the other person upset. When in reality, it has nothing to do with you. But you can't help it, deep down, you cant stand the thought of someone being displeased with you, and unconsciously, your mind will do anything it takes to make sure that will never ever happen.

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You Have An Anxious Mind.
Your anxious mind poses so many obstacles! You cant just calm down, and its impossible to "stop caring so much".

Its more likely that youre always subconsciously try to prepare for the worst. And even though the worst possible outcome may never occur, the anxious part of your mind prepares your reserved personality for what could happen. You make plans, called plan A, and Plan B. Plan B, of course, is for when Plan A surely fails, but you hope it doesnt, maybebut in case it does, you got that backup solution, B. You do this because unconsciously, you think this can help you remain chill and look cool despite your chaos filled brain.

Not only that, you can be emotional and sensitive. So, when struggling with such contrasting emotions, you are happier surrounded by those who understand, or at least, try to understand. Thats why you rather have few friends than a large number. Its just more comfortable that way. The negative part of your brain is not being able to enjoy large numbers of people at one time. We are content with a few number of people C crowds tend to activate our anxiety.


You are allergic to the word uncertainty. You believe that we must continue to worry until uncertainty has been resolved. Sometimes, you will stop worrying about a particular problem not because you have accepted the prospect of the threat, but because you have shifted from one worry to another.

Lastly, you tend to interpret ambiguous events as negative or threatening. For example, you will interpret an ambiguous comment, such as that is an interesting shirt you have on, emotionally negative. You are highly sensitive to being ignored by other people, and you constantly monitor for signs that people might not like you. Distorted internal belief systems that provide incorrect views of the world produce anxiety disorder. So, beware of that.

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