Below given is a survey that helps you analyze and take stock of your life in 2016, so that you can move on to the next year with a better awareness of yourself and maybe improve and be able to be happier in the next year.
There are 50 statements in the survey given here, and each statement is related to one of the facets of your life. For each of the statements given, assign a number based on the key given below.
7) strongly agree
5) slightly agree
4) neither agree nor disagree
3) slightly disagree
1) strongly disagree.
How to read your score?
If you have a score of 300 to 350, you have had a very satisfied and happy life this years. You are a person who celebrates life! Kudos to you!
If your score is between 250 and 300, there are some areas you need to work on. You have a good life, but you are a work in progress!
If your score is between 200 and 250, you may be quite undecided about your life, or you may not be able to look at life objectively. Please talk to a friend or a family member, and get their help to get a better grasp of your life.
If your score is between 150 and 200, there may be areas of your life that need to be reconsidered. Such a re-consideration is best done with the help of a counselor or a trusted family member.
If your score is between 100 and 150, you may be leading a rather unhappy, unsatisfied life. Start making changes in the New Year, concentrating on your weakest areas first. Please get help from a psychologist or a counselor. It is not too late to build life anew!
If your score is between 50 and 100, it is very likely that you may be depressed, or have serious adjustment issues. Please visit a counselor or psychologist, to get your life back on track. That will be a good resolution for the New Year 2017.
Here’s to a contented, self-aware, satisfied, happy 2017! Let us welcome 2017 with open hearts and arms!
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