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    186.00 out of 1 467.00 (12.68%)

    Mild apparently.

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    262 moderate and I closed the page without remembering everything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuck View Post
    WHAT ARE YOU FUCKEN MARCUS AURELIUS
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marcus_...s_Aurelius.jpg

    No wai, dude looks like he took out some of his shortcomings on people.

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    12 out of 1467. The only one I answered true to was Christmas Holidays. I guess those are supposed to be stressful?

    The other key to low stress appears to be being single, you can't have all sorts of partner inducing stress events with no partner. Yet I think being alone itself stresses most people.

    The whole test seems a bit lame.

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    294.00 out of 1 467.00 (20.04%) - Bordering Major?

    I found it funny that child leaving home was on there. My son leaving home was stressful for a small time, but in the long run reduced daily stress. Also, I'd mark my stress as mild myself. If this is close to Major stress, then they're going to have to add some more notches to the scale for stresses I've gone through in the past.
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    my crime is that i disrupted the echo chamber

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    your score: 717.00 out of 1 467.00 (48.88%)

    those with a score over 300 have an 80% chance of a significant illness or accident.
    Balls.

    How are you all living such laid-back lives?
    Oh fuck it, Its the 90's.

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    Moving to a new place, purchasing a new car, changing jobs (no more 3rd shift so had to mark my sleep has changed, when it's changed for the better), family member getting ill, and Christmas. But change=stress, I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vison View Post

    How are you all living such laid-back lives?
    Working toward a long term goal of financial independence, not keeping close friends, 3500 miles from family, not owing anyone anything, not participating in the credit rating system or ever owning a credit card, work from home job (haven't even met my direct report manager in person for the last eight years)
    A pig, in a cage, on antibiotics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vison View Post
    your score: 717.00 out of 1 467.00 (48.88%)

    How are you all living such laid-back lives?
    I was going to ask what are doing to cause so much stress, did you take a job at the Justice League?

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    How on earth buying a new car can cause stress is beyond me. Unless it relates to the financial burden. Otherwise, having a reliable vehicle vs the old beater you just replaced should be a stress lowering situation.

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