I've studied narcissistic personality disorder because people have always mentioned that I'm conceited, pompous, and narcissistic. Gladly, I learned that it is a very serious disorder that I definitely do not have. I am a regular person with a healthy outlook who is merely a bit egotistical. When it comes down to it, and with the joking aside, I really am a caring and genuine guy who is capable of love and humility. For a while, though, I was worried and that's why I researched it.
I think it's pretty easy to score as a high or very high on a disorder in this test and not actually be anything close to having the disorder.
Is my ego a disorder? No way, I'm awesome - it's a blessing.
Yea this test is exagerrated because the point is to see what characteristics you'd have that would correspond most to a disorder, but it doesn't really mean you have it. I mean if I was really schizoid, schizotypal, avoidant, AND anti-social... I dunno. Anyway, don't worry, I for one like ENTPs and their egos
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