Instructions: Below is a list of questions that relate to life experiences common among people who have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Please read each question carefully, and indicate how often you have experienced the same or similar challenges in the past few months.

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At times I am MUCH more talkative or speak MUCH faster than usual.
There have been times when I was MUCH more active or did MANY more things than usual.
I get into moods where I feel VERY speeded up or irritable.
There have been times when I have felt both high (elated) and low (depressed) AT THE SAME TIME.
At times I have been MUCH more interested in sex than usual.
My self-confidence ranges from GREAT self-doubt to EQUALLY GREAT overconfidence.
There have been GREAT variations in the quantity or quality of my work.
FOR NO OBVIOUS REASON I sometimes have been VERY angry or hostile.
Sometimes I am mentally dull and at other times I think VERY creatively.
At times I am GREATLY interested in being with people and at other times I just want to be left alone with my thoughts.
At some times I have GREAT optimism and at other times EQUALLY GREAT pessimism.
Some of the time I show MUCH tearfulness and crying and at other times I laugh and joke EXCESSIVELY.

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This test is based on the bipolar screening questionnaire created by Dr. Ivan Goldberg. If you think you may be suffering from Bipolar Disorder or any other mental health condition, PsyCom strongly recommends that you seek help from a doctor in order to receive a proper diagnosis and support.

Last Updated: Jun 4, 2019