Name : Chris Parker
Test Taken on : 14 Nov, 2003
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 Self-Awareness Report

 
 
Chris, you know yourself thoroughly and understand what makes you tick.
You know yourself very well and probably spend a lot of time in introspection. Your thoughts and emotions usually pose no confusion to you. Although you are truly aware of your own self, do not probe too much into what others think or feel as you might then get stuck in a loop. Self-awareness is a virtue that many lack but you possess.

It is often said that increased self-knowledge and the pursuit of human happiness are inextricably linked - from one follows the other. Certainly it is hard to feel satisfied with your life if you are confused about who and what you are. We usually are unable to really understand who we are and what we want from life.

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It is often said that increased self-knowledge and the pursuit of human happiness are inextricably linked - from one follows the other. Certainly it is hard to feel satisfied with your life if you are confused about who and what you are. We usually are unable to really understand who we are and what we want from life.

How many of us have that kind of understanding of our own feelings and impulses and are able to use that knowledge to help us make the important decisions that affect our lives, and to regulate and shape our behaviour? Experience suggests that we often have false and unrealistic perceptions about ourselves...

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Take some time to reflect on the inner feelings and impulses, which have the capacity to be an 'enriching port' of you. Which do you accept and which do you deny? Which do you act on and which do you suppress?

So, our advice would be to exercise your right to look after 'number one' by attending to your own feelings and impulses even if that means spending less time fretting over the emotional needs of other people. All that sounds as if we are urging you to be self-centred - to be devoid of empathy - but that is not what we mean...

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Be true to yourself
This is about being authentic, doing things in keeping with whom and what you really are so that you can say to yourself, 'That's really me'. Of course, working this one out is not an easy thing to do because we are not accustomed to asking, 'Who am I?'

Take a little time to ask yourself: What is the real me? What defines me? When am I being true to myself, and when am I not being true to myself? You will probably need to take your time with this exercise because the answers are unlikely to come quickly, but we believe you will find it to be both rewarding and illuminating...

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