Dependent personality disorder test

Dependent personality disorder test

dependent personality disorder test

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Dependent personality disorder is characterized by a long psychological dependence on others for their own emotional and physical needs. Usually, people with DPD are clingy and behave in a submissive way. They are afraid to disagree with other people, and often accept abuse (sexual, physical, and emotional) of other people if these people offer them also nurturance and support. If you recognize these behavioural traits in yourself or your friend, then it may be good to take this dependent personality disorder test.
The dependent personality disorder test is for those who believe they suffer from dependent personality disorder (DPD or Dependent PD) symptoms and want to have an indication about the severity of their issues. This DPD test also gives advice about the next steps you need to take in case you meet the criteria for Dependent PD.
 
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A Dependent PD diagnosis can help people to find the right treatment for their mental issues. A dependent personality disorder test is the first step towards recovery. This test takes only 2 minutes of your time and gives direct results. If you have doubts about the test results or if you want to be diagnosed properly, we strongly recommend you to make an appointment with a professional. At Barends Psychology Practice we offer treatment for dependent personality disorder.
 
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At Barends Psychology Practice we offer (online) therapy for dependent personality disorder. Contact us to schedule a first, free of charge, online session. (Depending on your health insurance, treatment may be reimbursed).

 
 

The Dependent Personality Disorder Test

This is the DPD quiz

1) Making everyday decisions without asking for reassurance and advice from others is difficult for me.
2) For the responsibility of important things in my life I rely on close ones.
3) I find it difficult to express my disagreement with others openly, because I fear to lose their support and approval on other issues.
4) I don't like to take the initiative (starting projects or tasks).
5) I like to do things on my own without support of others
6) I don't mind doing unpleasant things for close ones, because it's important for me to them close.
7) I can easily take care of myself.
8) I can't stand being alone.
9) When a close relationship ends, I have a strong need to replace it, because I it's difficult for me to be without support and care.
10) I am preoccupied with fears of being left to take care of myself.

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