Comfort Self-Awareness Assessment
This self-awareness tool should not be understood as providing any type of diagnosis or healthcare recommendations. Self-administered screening tools such as the Soul Injury Self-Awareness Tool are designed to enhance awareness of one’s own experiences for the purpose of raising awareness of feelings and experiences related to possible Soul Injuries. Highlighting these experiences may offer you an opportunity to reflect on them at greater length, or to consider their relevance in a broader life context. Please seek the advice of counseling professionals (such as physicians, mental health counselors, clergy, social workers et al.) who specialize in grief, loss, forgiveness, and self-compassion regarding the evaluation of any specific information, opinions, advice, or follow-up care.
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Many people have acquired Soul Injuries at one time another. The definition of Soul Injury is: *
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Check next to the answer that most closely reflects your experience most of the time:
(1 point) Always true; (2 points ) Often true ; (3 point) Sometimes true; (4 point) Never true
2. I engage in some activities to help me avoid uncomfortable feelings. *
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1. I am not able to be my real self *
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3. When I avoid uncomfortable feelings, it often causes problems with people in my life. *
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4. I have a hard time facing loss, change, disappointments, or transitions. *
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5. Guilt and/or shame haunt me. *
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6. I feel defective, inadequate, or unworthy. *
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7. Self-compassion is difficult for me. *
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8. I struggle to find meaning in my life. *
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Self-Awareness
Score of 8-16: Consider consulting a professional who specializes in loss, grief,
forgiveness, and self-compassion.

Score of 17-24: Explore resources provided at the end of this module and https://comforthomesake.com/get-trained for more information about the impact that Soul Injury might be having on your life.

Score of 25-32: You have probably worked hard to achieve and maintain a strong sense of self.

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