Summary Of Mental

I second guess my choices – especially if I don’t like the way a situation turned out.
 True
I often say I should, ought to, or have to do things in a certain way.
 True
I am often willing to volunteer my time for a good cause, even if my life is already busy.
 False
I often do things for people who can do it themselves (personally and professionally) because it makes me feel good about myself; in fact, I depend on this feeling.
 True
I am more concerned with being nice than with being assertive in my requests.
 False
I say “sorry” way too much – even if I haven’t done anything wrong.
 True
I’m often rushing to and from places.
 True
I often shame, blame, or criticize myself and/or others.
 True
I often react badly if things don’t go as planned.
 True
I often imagine the worst possible thing happening.
 False

Self-Care Questionnaire

APPENDIX A | Self-Care Questionnaire
You can choose to read this book in alphabetical order or prioritize certain chapters. This questionnaire is designed to help you discover the self-care areas that would benefit from your immediate attention vs. ones that you can work on later. Read each statement and decide if it fits best in the True or False category and put a check mark in the corresponding box.
This is for your eyes only or to share with your Accountability Partner. The quality of your results will depend on how honest you are when answering. Do your best to answer quickly and not overanalyze the statements. Go with your first instinct.

Self-Care Questionnaire

You can choose to read this book in alphabetical order or prioritize certain chapters. This questionnaire is designed to help you discover the self-care areas that would benefit from your immediate attention vs. ones that you can work on later. Read each statement and decide if it fits best in the True or False category and put a check mark in the corresponding box.

This is for your eyes only or to share with your Accountability Partner. The quality of your results will depend on how honest you are when answering. Do your best to answer quickly and not overanalyze the statements. Go with your first instinct.

 

Eysenck’s Personality Inventory (EPI) (Extroversion/Introversion)

The Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) measures two pervasive, independent dimensions of personality, Extraversion-Introversion and Neuroticism-Stability, which account for most of the variance in the personality domain. Each form contains 57 “Yes-No” items with no repetition of items. The inclusion of a falsification scale provides for the detection of response distortion. The traits measured are Extraversion-Introversion and Neuroticism.

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