Our expert says:
OK, chill. There are many different varieties of such tests, none of them definitive, and the Millan isn't the be-all and end-all of wisdom ; but one's usually best guided by whatever test your shrink uses most often, and is thus most familiar with interpreting. What you're confronting in those results isn't a legal sentence, but a summary of how you described yourself when completing the test. That's useful to know and work with, but not a definition of inevitability. And generally, I find that it's significant in itself, when a person gets high scores across many different diagnostic and personality subptests, suggesting that the person tends to see things, especially themselves, in extremes rather than moderately.
This will probably not be wholy new info to your therapist, but will be usable to formulate the best approach to enabvle you to get this right. Keep up the good work,.
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