Are You Being Yourself?

How much are you bothered by what people think of you? Do you seek other people’s approval all the time? Are you living your own life, are you being yourself? Or are you living the life that you think other people want you to live?

You can be who you want to be, not who others want you to be – you can gain your self-worth and self-acceptance from yourself, and not rely on others for it.

Go-on. Test yourself. Take the quiz.

Rate how often do these statements are true about the way the way you feel:


Q1. I am more valuable when I am praised.


Q2. I am worthwhile even if I am not meeting goals I set for myself.


Q3. Negative feedback helps me improve.


Q4. Some people have more value than others.


Q5. Making mistakes disappoints me, but it does not change how I feel about myself.


Q6. I am not sure if I am a good or a bad person.


Q7. To be worthwhile, I must be loved by the people close to me.


Q8. I set goals for myself, knowing achieving them will make me happy.


Q9. Being good at many things makes someone a better person.


Q10. My own worth depends a lot on how I compare with other people.


Q11. I am worthwhile, simply because I am a human being.


Q12. It is hard to really open to negative feedback.


Q13. I set goals for myself that will prove my worth.


Q14. Being bad at things makes me value myself less.


Q15. Successful people are especially worthwhile people.


Q16. Being praised helps me know where my strengths are.


Q17. I am a valuable person even if others disapprove of me


Q18. I do not compare myself to others to decide if I am worthwhile.


Q19. When I am criticised, or I fail, I feel worse about myself as a person.


Q20. I don't think it's a good idea to judge my worth as a person.


Please answer all of the questions