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The Doctors discuss an online quiz that helps people determine if they fall into any of the various toxic categories. Both psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli and plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon took the quiz and Dr. Sportelli was labeled as a "Debbie Downer" and Dr. Ordon was deemed a "Control Freak."
Online quizzes should not be taken too seriously, but Dr. Sportelli notes they can provide people with some insight and the opportunity to reflect on their personality traits. He also stresses, "We're all a spectrum" and cannot be labeled as just 1 personality type.
Some other possible personality types -- according to the quiz:
"The Drama Llama" - Someone overly dramatic, who wears their heart on their sleeve, tends to be anxious or depressed, or the center of attention.
"The Con Artist" - A person who manipulates others, or takes credit for other people's work.
"The Mansplainer" - An individual who feels the need to explain everything and also believes they are intellectually superior to other people.
"I think we all have a little bit of toxicity and being aware of it is important," our psychiatrist points out.