Self-Care Assessment

Self-care refers to the ways you maintain your physical / emotional / spiritual / personal / professional health. Take this assessment to determine your current level of self care, and steps you can take to improve it.

Rebecca Ogle
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On Oct 23, 2017

How often do you spend time with friends?

How often do you take a lunch break at work?

Do you feel comfortable asking others for help?

How difficult is it for you to forgive others?

What do you do to get in touch with your spirituality?

How often do you exercise?

How satisfied are you with your sex life (with self and others)?

How supportive is your workplace/school?

Do you know what you want in life?

Quick: Name 5 things you like about yourself. How difficult was this task?

How often do you spend time with your family?

Do you have a temper?

When do you check work e-mails?

Are you self-reflective?

How would you characterize your usual communication style?

Healthy self-care practices!

Healthy self-care practices!

Congratulations! According to this assessment, you are taking good care of yourself in many different aspects of your life. In general, you have good boundaries, healthy relationships, and good emotional insight. With that being said, you can always do even better. You may want to consider which area (physical / emotional / psychological / spiritual / personal / professional) needs more attention and focus your energies there:

Physical - get regular medical care, eat healthy, get enough sleep, be sexual, exercise

Emotional - laugh, cry, say "I love you," watch a funny movie, find positive affirmations

Spiritual - find spiritual community, meditate, spend time in nature

Psychological - journal, therapy, join a support group, practice asking for and receiving help

Professional - take time for lunch, set boundaries, leave work at work

Personal - figure out what you want in life, make time for friends and family

Some healthy self-care practices.

Some healthy self-care practices.

You have some healthy self-care practices. This result could indicate one of two things about you. It might mean that you do okay at taking care of yourself in each aspect of self care (physical / emotional / psychological / spiritual / personal / professional), or it could mean that you are great in a few areas and lacking in others. Consider what you can do to improve your self-care. Here are just a few suggestions from the self-care wheel:

Physical - get regular medical care, eat healthy, get enough sleep, be sexual, exercise

Emotional - laugh, cry, say "I love you," watch a funny movie, find positive affirmations

Spiritual - find spiritual community, meditate, spend time in nature

Psychological - journal, therapy, join a support group, practice asking for and receiving help

Professional - take time for lunch, set boundaries, leave work at work

Personal - figure out what you want in life, make time for friends and family

More self-care could do you good!

More self-care could do you good!

Feeling a little stressed? According to this assessment, you could stand for some more self-care! Self-care is all about making time for yourself in each area of life (physical / emotional / psychological / spiritual / personal / professional) to work towards life balance. Here are just some ideas from the self-care wheel for each category:

Physical - get regular medical care, eat healthy, get enough sleep, be sexual, exercise

Emotional - laugh, cry, say "I love you," watch a funny movie, find positive affirmations

Spiritual - find spiritual community, meditate, spend time in nature

Psychological - journal, therapy, join a support group, practice asking for and receiving help

Professional - take time for lunch, set boundaries, leave work at work

Personal - figure out what you want in life, make time for friends and family