Child

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How to understand these results

First you can see some summaries of your results. As a rule of thumb, having a high score in a scale means having more problems in that particular scale.

Then you can see your results in each individual scale.

Your genetic risks

You can see the total number of biological relatives with each mental health problem. This information can give you an oversight of your genetic risks.
It can also make you think about the mental conditions that you were exposed to when you grew up. Could the diagnosis of your relatives affect you? How?

Bipolar disorder 2
Depression 1

Your grandmother on your father's side.

Bipolar disorder

Your mother.

Bipolar disorder

Your father.

Depression

Your caretakers.

You can see the total adjectives that you have used to describe your caretakers when you were a child. This can help you visualize your feelings towards them. How did the relationship with those people affect you?

Positive adjectives

Good 1
Happy 1
Relaxed 1
Funny 2
Thoughtful 2
Supportive 1
Warm 3
Caring 3
Loving 1
Intelligent 1

Negative adjectives

Depressed 1
Stressed 2
Boring 2
Indifferent 1
Intoxicated 1

Your biological mother.

Positive adjectives

Warm 1
Caring 1

Negative adjectives

Stressed 1
Boring 1
Intoxicated 1

Your biological father.

Positive adjectives

Relaxed 1
Funny 1
Thoughtful 1
Supportive 1
Warm 1
Caring 1
Loving 1
Intelligent 1
Good 1

Negative adjectives

Depressed 1
Stressed 1
Boring 1
Indifferent 1

Your grandmother.

Positive adjectives

Happy 1
Funny 1
Thoughtful 1
Warm 1
Caring 1

Negative adjectives

Traumatic experiences

Insights from the traumatic situations in your childhood

You suffered sexual abuse

You were bullied

Explanation of the data in this summary

You can see a list of different types of traumatic situations that can cause mental problems in adult life. Try to reflect on the way you were raise. How could that be affecting you now?
Even if you didn't suffer very big traumas, there are other things that can also have negative consequences. For example, moving very often or parents that are very busy and can't pay a lot of attention to kids.

Your childhood: 5 to 11 years

Insights of your actions and reactions

You were happy with life

You had problems with self-esteem and confidence in yourself

You had many conflicts with others

You had a tendency to break rules

You had difficulties with your dexterity and fine motor skills

You had many difficulties to calculate

Explanation of the data in this summary

You can see how was your life when you were 5 to 11 years old. These years are very important for our personality.
At this age we are curious and learn what to expect of the world. Do you have good memories about this time? What problems did you have?

Your adolescence: 12 to 18 years

Insights of your actions and reactions

You had tics

You had thoughts that kept coming back

You were routine oriented and had difficulties when breaking your routine

You had difficulties to understand others and the social situations

You had a tendency to break rules

You drinked alcohol

You were addicted to screens

You had some problems controlling your sphincters

You were very clumsy and had great difficulties with motor control

You had great difficulties with your dexterity and fine motor skills

You had difficulties reading and writing

Explanation of the data in this summary

You can see how was your life when you were 12 to 18 years old. These years are very important for our adult life.
At this age we are rebellious and learn what's our place in the world. Do you have good memories about this time? What problems did you have?

Life satisfaction

6.25 out of 10. This score is neutral

Explanation of the data in this scale

In this summary you can see how satisfied you were during your childhood. In this scale, having a higher number means that you were more satisfied during that period.

Self esteem problems

6.25 out of 10. This score is high

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems did you have with self-esteem during your childhood. Self-esteem is the value that you give to yourself. We tend to value ourselves by comparing us to others.

Emotion regulation problems

1.2 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems did you have controlling and regulating your emotions during your childhood. As we grow, we develop the capacity to regulate our emotions. But sometimes this capacity doesn't grow as quickly. For example, in neurodevelopmental disorders like ADHD or autism. Or in personality disorders like borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Suicide

1.25 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many suicide thoughts did you have in your childhood. Having frequent suicide thoughts is a warning-sign that shows important problems.

Self-harm

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how often did you self-harm in your childhood. Self-harming is direct sign of emotion regulation problems. It is also a cry for help. It is very common in some personality disorders, like borderline personality disorder (BPD).

Mania

1.25 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many manic symptoms did you have in your childhood. Mania is the opposite of depression. The main characteristics of mania are feeling extremely happy, overconfident and sleeping less hours. It is a sign of bipolar disoder.

Sleeping

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many sleeping problems did you have in your childhood. Sleeping well is one of the keys to a good mental health. Some conditions make it more difficult to sleep properly, like autism, ADHD, depression or mania.

Eating

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many eating problems did you have in your childhood. Eating problems can be linked with various mental problems, like eating disorders or autism.

Anxiety

3.75 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems with anxiety did you have in your childhood. Many anxiety problems of adult life start in childhood.

Obsessions, compulsions and tics

3.0 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems with obsessions, compulsions and tics did you have in your childhood. These type of problems are closely related with obsessive compulsive disorder, autism or personality disorders.

Special interests

3.75 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how fixated with your interests were you in your childhood. This is one of the main characteristics of autism, but only when it's extreme.

Adaptation to changes

5.0 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how difficult was it for you to adapt to changes in your childhood. This can be important in autism, ADHD or personality disorders.

Social isolation

4.0 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how socially isolated were you during your childhood. Social isolation is an early sign of mental problems. And at the same time, being isolated or bullied increases the risk of mental problems later on.

Mentalization

5.5 out of 10. This score is high

Explanation of the data in this scale

Mentalization is the ability to understand others and understand the social rules. Having problems with mentalization is one of the key characteristics of autism.

Empathy

3.0 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how difficult was it for you to feel compassion for others. This type of problems can be seen in children who have suffered traumatic situations.

Problems following rules

5.75 out of 10. This score is high

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much did you break the rules in your childhood. The reasons to be rebellious can be very different. Suffering from trauma, personality or ADHD are the most common.

Nicotine

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much nicotine did you smoke in your childhood. Smoking is one of the worst habits that you can have for your health.

Alcohol

5.0 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much alcohol did you drink in your childhood. Drinking alcohol can escalate into addiction. Drinking at an early age can be an indicator of important problems.

Drugs

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much drugs did you use in your childhood. Using drugs can escalate into addiction. Using drugs at an early age can be an indicator of important problems.

Screens addiction

5.0 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much problems did you have because of screens in your childhood. Screens can be very addictive for children. It's important to have supervision from parents to make an appropiate use of them.

Other behavioural addictions

0.0 out of 10. This score is low

Explanation of the data in this scale

Children can misuse different types of behaviours. In this scale you can see if you had problems with behavioural addictions.

Sphincter control

4.5 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how difficult it was for you to control your sphincters in your childhood. It is a relatively common problem, and sometimes it is linked to diagnosis like autism or ADHD. Wetting the bed again is a common reaction for kids after suffering a trauma.

Motor control difficulties

5.0 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties did you have in your childhood to do activities like swimming, cycling or dancing.

Dexterity

6.25 out of 10. This score is high.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties did you have in your childhood to do activities like drawing, tying your shoes or holding a pencil.

Read and write

3.75 out of 10. This score is moderate.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties did you have in your childhood to read and write. These difficulties can happen in different problems. Dyslexia is one of the most common diagnosis with reading and writing.

Talk

0.0 out of 10. This score is low.

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties did you have in your childhood to talk.

Calculate

5.0 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties did you have in your childhood to do mathematical operations. It can be related to other problems or appear as an isolated issue. As an isolated problem, it is called dyscalculia.

Communicate

3.75 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how much difficulties communicating with others did you have in your childhood.

Executive functions

3.75 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems related to your executive functions did you have during your childhood.

School function

3.8 out of 10. This score is moderate

Explanation of the data in this scale

You can see how many problems did you have at school. It can be a sign of different diagnosis or problems. Other times it's just a sign that education is not promoted at home.