It's admittedly unscientific, but at least it's only six questions (compared to the monster 50-100 q quizzes I saw elsewhere). I know that there is a role for defining these various disorders, but I think it is unfortunate that there is not a personality type called 'normal' or 'appropriate.' It seems like psychiatry always has to label patients with something, even if they are fully functional. For example, when newly-diagnosed cancer patients are in the hospital, they often feel a bit anxious about their treatment and/or a bit depressed about their situation. This seems perfectly normal, yet a psychiatrist's note will label them with "adjustment disorder." Really? Isn't that how a normal person would react? If anything, I would be more concerned if the patient were perfectly happy and did not seem emotionally affected at all by his/her diagnosis. Anyway, my 'dependent' self is too concerned about your criticism to keep writing about this.