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The Forms of Self-Criticising/Attacking & Self-Reassuring Scale

1. When things go wrong for me, I am easily disappointed with myself.
2. When things go wrong for me, there is a part of me that puts me down.
3. When things go wrong for me, I am able to remind myself of positive things about myself.
4. When things go wrong for me, I find it difficult to control my anger and frustration at myself.
5. When things go wrong for me, I find it easy to forgive myself.
6. When things go wrong for me, there is a part of me that feels I'm not good enough.
7. When things go wrong for me, I feel beaten down by my own self-critical thoughts.
8. When things go wrong for me, I still like being me.
9. When things go wrong for me, I have become so angry with myself that I wanted to hurt or injure myself.
10. When things go wrong for me, I have a sense of disgust with myself.
11. When things go wrong for me, I can still feel lovable and acceptable.
12. When things go wrong for me, I stop caring about myself.
13. When things go wrong for me, I find it easy to like myself.
14. When things go wrong for me, I remember and dwell on my failings.
15. When things go wrong for me, I call myself names.
16. When things go wrong for me, I am gentle and supportive with myself.
17. When things go wrong for me, I can't accept failures and setbacks without feeling inadequate.
18. When things go wrong for me, I think I deserve my self-criticism.
19. When things go wrong for me, I am able to care and look after myself.
20. When things go wrong for me, there is a part of me that wants to get rid of the bits I don't like.
21. When things go wrong for me, I encourage myself for the future.
22. When things go wrong for me, I do not like being me.

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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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