Posts tagged ‘livejournal’

December 18, 2008

New Layout

Some of you may have noticed already that my blog has a new custom layout. It’s something I’d been meaning to do for some time, but knew that once I started, I’d spend some time doing it. And I’m the type that if I start doing code, I won’t stop until it’s done or else I’ll be constantly thinking about it. Anyway, the main difference people will notice is that it’s integrated better with my website.

If you view my blog from blog.cherryteresa.com, you will notice there are no more frames. (If you’re still seeing it in frames, please refresh the page and that should do the trick). There are still some tweaks and changes I will make eventually.

Here’s an idea for developers – why doesn’t someone create a WYSIWYG layout editor for LJ so that those who aren’t good with code can more easily create and customize their own layouts?

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July 25, 2007

Personality Disorder Test – I’ve improved

“I remember when I lost my mind. There was something so pleasant about that phase”. – Gnarls Barkley

Disorder Rating Information
Paranoid: Moderate click for info
Schizoid: Low click for info
Schizotypal: Moderate click for info
Antisocial: Low click for info
Borderline: Low click for info
Histrionic: Low click for info
Narcissistic: Low click for info
Avoidant: Low click for info
Dependent: Low click for info
Obsessive-Compulsive: Moderate click for info
Disorder Rating
Paranoid: High
Schizoid: Low
Schizotypal: Moderate
Antisocial: Low
Borderline: Very High
Histrionic: Low
Narcissistic: Moderate
Avoidant: High
Dependent: Moderate
Obsessive-Compulsive: High

Since livejournal was down, I decided to skim through some of my old deadjournal entries from a few years ago. I decided to re-take the test and see what the current results would be. Back then, I was in denial that I had OCD (actually I didn’t really know what it was because the few things that are shown about it in the media don’t apply to me). And my depression was bad.

Neither of these are 100% accurate. But it does show that I’m doing much better as far as my mental health is concerned. I’m not perfect and I never will be in this lifetime. But at least I’m dealing with things better and improving myself.

“And when you’re out there without care, Yeah, I was out of touch. But it wasn’t because I didn’t know enough. I just knew too much. Does that make me crazy? Probably.”