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Self Assessment

Conducting a self-assessment is important for everyone, because it gives one an opportunity to acknowledge one's mental, physical, and spiritual condition. Take a few moments to complete the Morrow Brokenness Checklist to being this process. This Checklist is not a scientifically tested instrument at this time, nor is it designed to be a diagnostic tool; rather, this Checklist will help you to recognize and confront brokenness in your life.

Morrow Brokenness Checklist

 1.  Do you cry easily?
 2.  Are your feelings easily hurt?
 3.  Do you become angry easily
 4.  Do you harbor feelings of guilt?
 5.  Are you a constant worrier?
 6. Are you a constant complainer?
 7. Are you fearful?
 8. Are you preoccupied with feelings of death?
 9. Do you feel all alone?
 10. Are you jealous of others?
 11. Do you think you are always right?
 12. Do you think others are out to get you?
 13. Do you think you are ugly?
 14. Do you think others are smarter than you?
 15. Do you think you are unlovable?


Do you think you are a loser?
 17. Do feelings of sadness ever take over your life?
 18. Do you ever think of harming yourself or others?
 19. Are you a gossiping person?
 20. Do you tell lies or inflate the truth?
 21. Are you critical of others?
 22. Are you a constant bragger?
 23. Do you reject feedback from others by becoming defensive when others try to  share feedback with you?
 24. Do you find it difficult to follow the rules?
 25. Do you put others down?
 26. Do you eat too much?
 27. Do you eat too little?
 28. Do you forgive others when they do you wrong?
 29. Do you find it difficult to concentrate?
 30. Are you a procrastinator?
31. Are you perfectionistic?
32. Are you extremely hard on yourself?
33. Are you a people pleaser?
34. Do you have an unhealthy sexual appetite?
35. Are you having a difficult time setting and reaching goals?
36. Do you feel like you do not matter?
37. Do you have a negative, pessimistic outlook on life?

The interesting thing about this Checklist is that any question you respond to in the affirmative, may suggest that you are broken in some area. However, the degree to which you are broken can easily be determined through assessment tools that are used by psychologists and other mental health professionals.

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