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Effective Stress Management for the Seriously Curious Attorney

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STRESS MANAGEMENT LIFESTYLE INVENTORY

Score each item according to how much of the time each statement applies to you.
1(always), 2(often), 3(sometimes), 4(rarely), 5(never)

____ 1.   I eat well-balanced, nutritious meals each day.

____ 2.   I enjoy my work.

____ 3.   I organize and manage my time effectively.

____ 4.   I like myself.

____ 5.   I exercise on a regular basis.

____ 6.   I am the appropriate weight for my height and body-type.

____ 7.   I have two or less alcoholic drinks per day.

____ 8.   I abstain from smoking cigarettes.

____ 9.   I drink fewer than three cups of coffee (or tea or cola drinks) a day.

____ 10. I get sufficient sleep and wake up each morning feeling refreshed and
relaxed.

____ 11. I am flexible and am able to maintain a healthy balance between work
and family.

____ 12. I have an adequate income.

____ 13. I have a support system of friends, family, and/or other love interests.

____ 14. I feel in control, take on new challenges and seek solutions to
problems.

____ 15. I am able to speak openly about my feelings when angry or worried.

____ 16. I am able to say ” No ” without feeling guilty.

____ 17 I am free of physical symptoms such as headaches, back pain, or teeth
grinding.

____ 18 I am free of emotional symptoms such as depression, anxiety, fatigue,
or fear.

____ 19 I feel that my life has meaning and purpose.

____ 20. I am compassionate, able to relax, and see the humorous side of life.

TOTAL SCORE_____

SCORING GUIDE

1-30      STRESS MASTER

31-50    TAKE A STRESS MANAGEMENT COURSE

51-100   RED ALERT! CONSIDER COUNSELING AND
COACHING IN LEARNING STRESS
MANAGEMENT SKILLS

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