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Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale

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Scoring and Interpretation

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Adding up the scores for all twenty-one symptoms of anxiety gives a total which may be interpreted as follows:

Your Score:  '0'

0 - 21 indicates very low anxiety.

That is usually a good thing. At the same time, it is possible that your assessment was not accurate if self awareness is not optimal. You may have learned to cope with or mask various symptoms. Too little anxiety suggests that you may be detached from yourself, others or your environment in general.

22 - 35 reflects moderate anxiety.

Your body may be trying to tell you something. There may be patterns present in how and why you experience symptoms. You may have conflict issues that need to be addressed. You may have responsibilities in the workplace that involve stress such as public speaking. Discovering calming techniques may help lessen the anxiety and improve your productivity. Chances are, you are able to cope yet may want to be proactive in lessening anxiety in your life.

36 + may indicate cause for concern.

Look for patterns and circumstances around the symptoms that you have a greater degree of reaction to. If your anxiety seems high or persists over time, it is an indication that your mental health, emotional wellbeing and possibly personal clarity is not optimal. Counselling is a resource for you to help discover underlying cause of stress in your life and help you find out "what you don't know that you don't know."

Taking charge of your anxiety, whether it involves social anxiety, test anxiety, performance anxiety, public speaking anxiety, panic attacks or wondering about what will happen in the future, takes awareness, focus and commitment to overcome. It takes personal strength to tackle the symptoms of anxiety and seek treatment.

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