What do you feel when looking in the mirror?
Your friend suggests doing sports and buying a swimming pool membership. Will you agree?
Yes! It’s a great idea
I think yes. However, I will be visiting it at the time when there are as few people as possible
No way! Everyone will see my ugly body!
You’re at the party. It’s time to make a group photo! Want to be on the picture too?
Of course! It will be a nice memory
I will hide behind someone’s back
I don’t think I would go to the party at all
How many flaws do you notice in your appearance?
What do you always have in your bag?
A phone! It’s impossible to live without it
A mint gum is always a nice idea
A mirror, so I can check how I look
How do you usually choose new clothes?
There are so many things that suit me! I just rely on my taste
The most important thing is the color and the pattern. They should suit me
I prefer the clothes to cover the flaws of my body
In your opinion, would other people treat you better if you changed your appearance?
I don’t think so. They love me for my nature and character, not for my looks
Perhaps. However, it wouldn’t change my life
Oh yes, my life would become way easier
Have you ever thought of plastic surgery?
Sometimes. But I don’t think I would ever make one
I think about it a lot and doing a research
How much time do you need to get ready in the morning?
About 30 minutes. I’m getting ready fast
About an hour. I need to look good before going to work
I need more than an hour to make myself look normal
What do you think when people compliment your looks?
I’m flattered by their attention
I’m very embarrassed
I don’t believe them. It’s just a flattery
You know that everyone has flaws, and there’s no point in thinking about some insignificant features of your appearance. That’s why dysmorphophobia is not your case. If you see something in your looks that you don’t like, you start working on it to change the situation. But you are not actually worried about your flaws! What about your friends? Share this test with them!
Unhappiness with the looks
You know that everyone has flaws, and there’s no point in thinking about some insignificant features of your appearance. Yet, you don’t always succeed. Sometimes, unhappiness and disappointment can appear when you’re looking in the mirror. If you don’t like something about your looks, try to work on changing the situation instead of having obsessive thoughts about it. What about your friends? Share this test with them!
Tendency to dysmophophobia
You find it hard to understand that every person has his own flaws. You think that your flaws are so prominent that people see only them when they look at you. You often have obsessive thoughts about insignificant features of your appearance, feel unhappy and disappointed when looking in the mirror. If this issue is really bothering, we recommend to seek professional help. What about your friends? Share this test with them!