Welcome to your Resilience Assessment on tolerance of uncertainty.

This particular Resilience Assessment is designed to allow you to evaluate your current tolerance of uncertainty: This means, to have a high tolerance of the uncertainty of events and their outcomes. To not feel threatened by the unknown. To accept the idea of randomness in life. To not have expectations of absolute predictability.

It is important to be thoroughly honest with yourself in your assessment to allow your monitoring of personal growth to be effective.

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1.I am scared of things I don’t know.
2.I am scared of things I don’t understand.
3.I anticipate the worst when things are uncertain.
4.I get anxious when things are uncertain.
5.I get depressed when things are uncertain.
6.I need things to happen the same way every day.
7.I need a high level of predictability in my life.
8.I feel overwhelmed by uncertainty.
9.I regard uncertainty as dangerous.
10.I regard people who are different from me as a threat.
11.I accept things will-be-as-they-will-be and the outcomes will be dealt with as they unfold.
12.I am keen to learn about new things that I previously knew nothing about.
13.I regard the uncertainty of the unknown as an adventure.
14.I enjoy being exposed to new, unknown things.
15.I don’t feel afraid or threatened by the fact that there is an undercurrent of uncertainty to all aspects of daily life.
16.I don’t expect each day to be the same.
17.I manage where ever possible unnecessary uncertainty.
18.I enjoy getting to know people who are different from me.
19.I feel the unknown can contributes to my growth.
20.I feel the unknown is an important part of living.

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