Are you too hard on yourself?

Are you too hard on yourself?

Take our quick test and find out how forgiving you are about your own perceived and real shortcomings or errors.

  • 1. You have been part of a team in which everyone worked hard — except for you (you had good reasons for this, but even so…). Your main worry is:



  • 2. 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. You’re thinking:



  • 3. How do you feel when you are happy, but everyone around you seems depressed?



  • 4. You’re at a party and having a good time, but one of the guests, who doesn’t seem to know anybody, is sitting alone in a corner, looking depressed…



  • 5. You’ve forgotten your niece’s birthday and haven’t bought her a present. She bursts into tears. You:



  • 6. If a child gets tooth decay, whose fault is it?



  • 7. You get an invite to a party you’re not interested in going to. What do you do?



  • 8. Imagine that a friend who suffers from depression leaves you a message on your answer phone, but you forget to call her back. Later, you hear that she has tried to kill herself. How do you feel?



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