You have been part of a team in which everyone worked hard , except for you (you had good reasons for this). What is your main worry?
The final outcome
That other people will think poorly of you
That you didn't contribute enough
You have reserved a table at a restaurant. Something comes up at the last minute that means you can’t go, but you don’t cancel your booking. What are you thinking?
I'm not worried, it happens
I should've called, now they lost money
I'm going to have to eat there some other time to make up for it
I call and apologize the next day
How do you feel when you are happy, but everyone around you seems depressed?
You continue to be happy
You feel ashamed for being happy
You feel guilty and hide your mood
How would you react if you forgot a good friend's birthday?
I would feel overwhelmed with guilt
Mistakes happen it's okay
I would apologize profusely
I would make it up to them ten fold
Do you feel as if you make more mistakes than most people?
Everyone makes mistakes
Not at all
Do you fret over things you've said or done long after the fact?
Yes I obsess over the details
Nah live and let go
I sometimes feel nauseous thinking about my past transgressions
It keeps me up at night
You've upset someone. What's your approach to resolve things?
I would feel overwhelmed and ignore the problem
I would be on the defense
I would listen and then react
Which character from Friends are you most like?
Do you believe that your flaws exceed your strengths?
Not a chance
I have moments
I believe my strengths exceed my flaws
How many things do you want to change about yourself?
Too many things to count
You have a tendency to be very hard on yourself! When it comes right down to it, you're your own worst critic. When you make a mistake or fail in some way, you will beat yourself up for days. You cringe when you think of anything you've done wrong in your life and have difficulty moving on from tough situations.
Very Hard On Yourself
You are your own worst critic! No one is as hard on you as you are on yourself. You don't allow yourself to slip up or make mistakes. If you do, you'll often beat yourself up for days. Try to be as generous and forgiving with yourself as you are with those you love.
Your Own Worst Critic
You are somewhat hard on yourself! While you don't feel difficulty too deeply, if you feel you've made a massive mistake, you will beat yourself up about it for a long time. Give yourself some leeway and remember that mistakes and failures are a part of growing. Getting older and changing means slipping up from time to time.
Somewhat Hard On Yourself
You are nice and easy on yourself! You know that life is often about making mistakes and learning from them. Because of that, you try not to get down when things don't go quite as planned. You give yourself room to breathe, grow, and develop into the person you are meant to be.
Easy On Yourself
You are totally at peace with yourself! You never give yourself a hard time or beat yourself up over situations that are beyond your control. You have amazing perspective on what it means to be grow and become who you are meant to be. Often times, becoming has more to do with failure than success.
Totally At Peace
Sometimes we're our own worst enemy. Do you think you can often be a bit too hard on yourself? Take these 10 questions and find out if you need to cut yourself some slack!