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I feel tense, stressed, or on edge.
I can't seem to relax as much as I would like to, even when I try.
My hands shake or I anticipate failure a good deal of the time.
I jump at the sound of loud noises, even when they don't sound dangerous.
It takes me a lot longer than others to relax.
I'm always prepared for or expecting something bad to happen to me.
I feel vulnerable, like many things could hurt me, even though no one specific is trying to hurt me.
My emotions always seem to be "on," even though I try to be calm and relaxed.
I feel depressed.
My feelings are intense, and debilitating.
Sometimes I wish I would die.
It doesn't take much for me to get going and I react to even minor events.
Many times, "emotional" commercials make me cry.
I wear my feelings on my sleeve in that when I feel something, I typically express it openly.
Other people tell me that I'm an emotional person.
I believe that I feel my emotions more intensely than others do.
When someone else hurts, I frequently hurt with them.
I seem to be keyed in to what others are thinking and feeling.
Once I start feeling an emotion, it's hard for me to stop feeling it.
I can't stop feeling anxious or depressed without great effort.
My feelings frequently don't tell me how I should best behave or what I should do next.
I cannot trust my gut reactions like others seem to be able to do.
I wish that I could eliminate my feelings because they seem to get in my way rather than help me most of the time.
When I feel tense, I do everything possible in order to feel differently as fast as possible.
When someone hurts me, I usually leave the room no matter what the consequences are.
I can't stand it when I begin to feel down and depressed.
I can't stand strong emotions, even if they are normal.
I stay away from people who make me uncomfortable, even if they are not mean to me.
I avoid situations and people who have hurt me in the past, even when this is difficult to do.
I do whatever I can to avoid being hurt, even though I may miss opportunities to get what I want in the future.
People who know me well call me a "fraidy cat" because I won't take chances.
I'm afraid of my strong feelings.
I can't wait to solve my problems, even though I know that it took a long time for the problems to develop.
I would say that I'm impulsive, and I do things without a lot of thinking because I want quick results.
People tell me that I'm impatient because I want what I want now.
I'm anxious because I feel that my problems are so bad that they should be changed immediately; I can't wait for my problems to be solved.
I feel dread about the future; something bad is going to happen if I'm not careful.
I frequently do things without thinking them through.
I feel pressure to make changes in my life.

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- Ditch other people’s definition of success to pursue your own?

- Bring all your expertise to what you do without dealing with negative costs to your wellbeing?

- Develop a new mindset to do what you deeply care about without negatively affecting other areas of your life in the long run?


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