A very important component to stress relief is understanding your situation, seeing how your personality and habits may contribute to your overall stress level, and finding strategies to change what you can and bring less stress into your life. The following self assessment and personality tests are designed to assess different aspects of your personal make-up and situation. They can be fun to take, but also may enable you to better understand yourself and your lifestyle so you can begin to make the best changes to reduce stress in your life.
This self test allows you to examine various areas of your lifestyle
and see which areas are perhaps causing you undue stress. You’ll get a good analysis of your lifestyle and some great tips for altering it to a less stressful one.
Perhaps the best way to stick with a stress relief habit is to choose the right one. And while there are many great stress relievers available, but not every one is a good match for every personality. This stress reliever personality test evaluates different aspects of your personality, including your strengths, weaknesses and tastes, and points you to the best stress relievers for your particular personality traits, making it easier for you to find--and stay with--healthy new stress relief habits.
Most of us experience anxiety and worry about things at times, but at what point does it become excessive? This quick 10-question personaltiy test can help you assess your level of anxiety and tendency to worry, so you can see if you're experiencing excessive levels of stress and anxiety.
Do you feel trapped by the stressful circumstances of your life? Or do you feel that anything is within your reach? Your locus of control, or how you see your ability to create change in your life, has a great deal to do with your stress level, your happiness, and even your health. This 12-question personality test is designed to help you assess your habitual thinking styles and ways of viewing the world, and supply you with tools for creating a healthier, less stressed attitude.
This quiz is designed to assess the state of your relationships, support network, and social life as a whole to help you see if work is needed in this area, or if you have all the support you need. At the end of this 10-question personality test, you’ll be given resources to help you create and maintain healthier relationships.
It’s great to have a lifestyle full of activities that are important to you—it’s what keeps you feeling vital and alive. However, many of us fill our lives with too many activities and responsibilities, to the point that we don’t have time for the things we really value, and sometimes don’t have time to even take care of ourselves adequately, bringing on additional unnecessary stress! This quiz allows you to assess your schedule
, see if you’re too busy, and realign your priorities, creating a schedule and lifestyle that reflects them.
What’s the difference between a perfectionist and a high achiever? And is being a perfectionist really such a bad thing? Well, in a word, yes. Learn about the detrimental effects of being a perfectionist
, and take this quiz
to see if you have perfectionistic tendencies that could be causing you unnecessary stress.
You may be wondering what assertiveness
has to do with stress management. The skill of assertiveness
allows you to communicate with others while keeping conflict to a minimum, handle existing conflict in a way that benefits all, avoid unnecessary conflict in your relationships so you have stronger social support
, and maintain boundaries
so you don’t become overwhelmed by stressful situations you didn’t know how to say no to or avoid. Take this quiz
to asses your current level of assertiveness, and find tips for becoming more assertive
Certain workplace factors make people more susceptible to burnout. This quiz will help you to assess your situation
and see if you’re at a greater risk for job burnout because of your employment situation. You’ll also find ti8ps for overcoming and avoiding burnout, and finding increased satisfaction at your current job (or knowing when it’s time to move on).
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