Individual Assessment Quiz - Part 4: Have You Resolved Your Emotional Issues?

Glenn Cohen

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The “I-TO-WE" Institute Individual Assessment series is designed to ask yourself powerful questions. If you are willing to take the time to reflect on these questions and be honest with yourself, you will be on your way to achieving healthy, successful relationships.

(Define relationship as being with yourself, partner, work, friends, or family. )

Do you want to have a successful, loving relationship with yourself and others? In this fast-paced world, you may not have the time to sit, take a deep breath, and think about these kinds of questions. If you cannot, you probably do not realize the impact the answers have on your life and the lives of your friends, family, partner, and children.

Before you start, print this page so it will be available to total with the other parts to this 7-part quiz. Take your time to think about each question and be honest when you score yourself. Rate each question from 1 to 10. If you can answer with a solid YES, score a 10. If you are not sure, give yourself a 5. Score a 1 if you answer with a definite NO. Of course, you can use any number in between.

Have you Resolved your Emotional Issues?

_ 1 – Have you identified your emotional wounds from your past?

_ 2 – Have you identified the fears and negative self-beliefs caused by your wounds?

_ 3 –Do you understand the origin of your wounds, fears, and negative beliefs?

_ 4 – Have you identified your distorted perspectives and unrealistic expectations?

_ 5 – Do you understand how your wounds create reactivity in your relationships?

_ 6 – Do you understand and accept responsibility for the impact these wounds have on you and your relationships?

_ 7 - Are you emotionally intelligent?

_ 8 - Have you identified and resolved any co-dependence issues?

_ 9 - Have you let go of relationships that are hurtful to you?

_ 10 - Have you learned the act of forgiveness to others?

_ - Topic Score

Are you pleased with your score? If you are, then look for Part 5 of the Individual Assessment.

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