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Virtual Wellness Center
Sponsored by Elizabethtown College Health Services    : : :   Elizabethtown, PA

Well-Being Inventory

Adapted, with permission, from Towson University Counseling Center's Wellness Resources site

Rate how strongly you agree or disagree with each of the following statements. Don't skip any of the questions!


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  1.  In general, I feel happy and satisfied with myself.
  2.  I am making career choices that fit with my interests, talents, values, and personality traits.
  3.  I am in touch with a larger sense of meaning or purpose in life.
  4.  I have a hard time concentrating when reading, writing, studying, or doing other intellectual work.
  5.  I am physically active, exercising on a regular basis and for healthy amounts of time.
  6.  I have trouble making time for myself or enjoying the time I spend alone with myself.
  7.  I can let myself feel sadness, anger, and other difficult emotions when warranted.
  8.  I feel uncomfortable talking with others about my career goals or asking them for career-related support, ideas, and assistance.
  9.   I have a hard time stepping back and keeping life in perspective.
10.  My ability to remember things is not as good as it should be.
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11.  I avoid substances (such as tobacco, excessive alcohol, and illegal drugs) that can negatively impact my health & well-being.
12.  I treat myself and others with kindness and respect, and I choose friends and significant others who do the same.
13.  I have a hard time finding healthy ways to manage my emotions.
14.  I take active steps toward my career goals rather than waiting for things to happen or for someone else to tell me what to do.
15.  I feel comfortable with my current set of religious or spiritual beliefs and practices.
16.  I challenge myself to keep learning.
17.   I rarely feel well-rested.
18.  I am satisfied with my communication skills and with my ability to constructively resolve conflicts.
19.  I know myself and what I need to do in order to feel happy and satisfied over the long term.
20.  I feel confident in my ability to find or maintain desirable employment .
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21.  I have regular habits or practices that help me feel centered and calm.
22.  I have solid time management and study skills.
23.  I'm unhappy with my overall health, or with my body and its appearance.
24.  I have a social network of family and/or friends that I enjoy and can turn to in difficult times.
25.   I have a hard time talking about how I am feeling emotionally.
26.  I'm not sure what steps I need to take in order to make good choices about my career.
27.  It's hard for me to feel connected to anything larger than myself, such as God, nature, history, or humanity.
28.  I feel satisfied that I'm living up to my academic or intellectual potential.
29.  I consume a healthy amount of food, making choices that are good for my body.
30.  There are many social situations where I feel uncomfortable, as if I don't fit in, or others are judging me.
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