WHAT I SEE IN ME
What you think about yourself is really important. It can affect how you act and how others see you. Take this survey to think about what you think of you.
Read each statement and decide if you agree or disagree with it. Then, drag it to the appropriate category.
I usually like who I see in the mirror each morning.
Sometimes I say "yes" when I want to say "no".
I'm good at solving problems.
When I make a mistake, I feel ashamed.
I feel good when I stand up for myself.
I'm not embarrassed to ask for help.
I worry a lot.
I feel that I am in control of my life.
I notice a difference in myself when I have been getting a lot of exercise.
There is nothing about me that I would want to change.
It's hard for me to meet new people.
I would try tobacco if my friends wanted me to.
Being popular is not important to me.
I'm usually happy.
One thing I am proud of and wish everyone knew about me is:
The thing people like most about me is:
I feel good about myself when I:
DID YOU KNOW?
Feeling good about yourself and believing positive things about yourself can help you make the right decisions. How? It can help you stand up for yourself in tough situations.