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thanks halo, those are great questionnaires you've been posting. :)
 
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Halo

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Thanks Ladybug :) I like taking online questionnaires myself and I only post the ones that I find are pretty accurate and worthy. Also, I need something to keep me busy and occupied the last little while so finding and posting good, quality questionnaires has become my hobby :)

More to come :D
 

Benjamin

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I took that test some 6 or 7 years ago and saved it (it was a paper version). I took it again about a month ago and it was amazing how much my self-esteem has improved. It's hard work, but you *can* feel better about yourself. I find that it helps me to tell myself that this is my life and I'm the star of my life -- not just somebody playing a bit part in someone else's life. I still have a lot more work to do, but I'm getting there.
 
Thanks for sending the link on this, Halo! It is a good questionnaire and thought provoking especially on the needing approval from others questions.
 
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Elizabeth

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Strange, I scored 62 reasonably high level, thought I had low self esteem. I am happy I havent!!
 

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