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Difficulties in Emotion Regulation

Welcome to your Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale

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I am clear about my feelings.
I pay attention to how I feel.
I experience my emotions as overwhelming and out of control.
I have no idea how I am feeling.
I have difficulty making sense out of my feelings.
I am attentive to my feelings.
I know exactly how I am feeling.
I care about what I am feeling.
I am confused about how I feel.
When I'm upset, I acknowledge my emotions.
When I'm upset, I become angry with myself for feeling that way.
When I'm upset, I become embarrassed for feeling that way.
When I'm upset, I have difficulty getting work done.
When I'm upset, I become out of control.
When I'm upset, I believe that I will remain that way  for a long time.
When I'm upset, I believe that I'll end up feeling very depressed.
When I'm upset, I believe that my feelings are valid and important.
When I'm upset, I have difficulty focusing on other things.
When I'm upset, I feel out of control.
When I'm upset, I can still get things done.
When I'm upset, I feel ashamed with myself for feeling that way.
When I'm upset, I know I can find a way to eventually feel better.
When I'm upset, I feel like I am weak.
When I'm upset, I feel like I can remain in control of my behaviours.
When I'm upset, I feel guilty for feeling that way.
When I'm upset, I have difficulty concentrating.
When I'm upset, I have difficulty controlling my behaviours.
When I'm upset, I believe that there is nothing I can do to make myself feel better.
When I'm upset, I become irritated with myself for feeling that way.
When I'm upset, I start to feel very bad about myself.
When I'm upset, I believe that wallowing in it is all I can do.
When I'm upset, I lose control over my behaviours.
When I'm upset, I have difficulty thinking about anything else.
When I'm upset, I take time to figure out what I'm really feeling.
When I'm upset, it takes me a long time to feel better.
When I'm upset, my emotions feel overwhelming.

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Rachel Eddins, M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP
Rachel’s passion is to help people discover their personal gifts and strengths to achieve self-acceptance, create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body, and find meaning and fulfillment in work and life roles. She helps people create nurturance and healing from within to restore balance and enoughness and overcome binge eating, emotional eating, anxiety, depression and lack of career fulfillment.

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