Resilience Questionnaire

How resilient are you?

This questionnaire provides a good indication of your resilience right now and an indication of what is working for you and what is not. Both external and internal factors can impact on the score proving we can take actions to manage our thinking, emotions and resilience.

For each statement, indicate on the scale the extent to which you agree. When you've reached the end, click the button to see your results.

Please input your e-mail address. *

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Your Lifestyle

These statements relate to your lifestyle. Certain lifestyles can help you feel more able to cope with pressure and stressful situations.

I practise being straightforward and assertive when communicating with others.
I use relaxation techniques regularly.
I dedicate enough time to develop my interests and hobbies.

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Physical Health

Consider these statements. Taking steps to look after your physical health can help you to look after your mental health and reduce feelings of stress.

I get enough sleep to do the things I want to do.
I regularly do physical exercise.
I eat healthily.

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Taking a Break

How often do you give yourself a break? Learning to be kinder to yourself in general can help you control the amount of pressure you feel in different situations, which can help you feel less stressed.

I reward myself for achievements.
I resolve conflicts with other people if they are playing on my mind
If I make a mistake or don't achieve something, I forgive myself and move on.

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Support Network

Reflect on these statements related to support networks. Whatever you're going through that's causing you stress, you don't have to cope with it alone.

I ask my friends and family for support when needed.
At work I use my network to seek out support when I need it (for example: my manager, buddy, mentor, HR).
When I'm finding it really difficult to manage my life, I will ask my Doctor for help.

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