How Vulnerable Are You? Take This Stress Test To Find Out.
Is stress putting you at risk? The following stress test will indicate your positive coping skills. It will also give you some clues as to what you can improve upon in order to deal with your stress and to build your resiliency.
Score each stsress test questions below from 1 (Agree/Almost always true) to 5 (Disagree/Never true), according to how much of the time the statement applies to you.
Stress Test Scale:
30-59 indicates that you are doing fairly well at coping with stress and have a good resiliency toolbelt.
60-74 indicates that you may be vulnerable to the impact of stress.
75-119 indicates that you are fairly vulnerable to the impact of stress and need to rely more on your resiliency tools.
120 + indicates that you are extremely vulnerable to the impact of stress. It is time to rethink how you are living, and pay careful attention to positive coping strategies.
So now what?
This stress test and resulting information is part of Beverly’s S-O-S Principle that she uses in her Presentations and Workshops. To find out more about how to turn these stress test results into positive resiliency strategies using the S-O-S Principle, consider bringing Beverly to your team.
Contact Beverly about hosting a stress management workshop for your teams on how to cope with stress and other stress and mental health training. Discover tips to deal with stress and encourage positive stress management techniques!
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