Your Private Self-Conscious Score Is:
Your Public Self-Conscious Score Is:
Social Anxiety Score Is:
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What Does Your Score Mean?
Description – The questions related to your Private Self-Consciousness pays attention to your tendency to mull things over about yourself. This set of questions aims to help you identify how likely you are to think about and question yourself and the things that you do.
Low Private – If you scored low on the Private Self-Consciousness Scale, you likely do not put too much effort into focusing on the thoughts on you have. People with low private self-consciousness are often more deliberate in their decision making and do not spend too much time overthinking decisions.
High Private – If you scored high on the Private Self-Consciousness Scale, you may find that you over-think things. It is likely that you find it difficult to be confident in your decisions and you may have a challenging time taking action without consulting with others, as you question your own ability to make the right choice. People who score high in this scale could benefit from working with a therapist to strengthen their sense of self. This process would assist you in building your personal identity and help you better trust the decisions you make. Stop being self-conscious, talk to a therapist today.
Description – The questions related to your Public Self-Consciousness focus on your awareness of the way you see yourself through the eyes of others. This set of questions aims to help you identify how likely you are to be concerned with the way others perceive you, your thoughts, and the decisions you make.
Low Public – If you scored low on the Public Self-Consciousness Scale, you likely see yourself in high regard through the eyes of others. People who score low on this scale often go through life with a certain self-assuredness that they are perceived well by others and they are confident, deliberate, and don’t doubt their worthiness in social, relational, and professional circles.
High Public – If you scored high on the Public Self-Consciousness Scale, you probably doubt the way others see you and think about you. People who score high on this scale likely go through life questioning their worthiness to others. A high score on these questions might indicate that you have a challenge with your confidence around others or as you contemplate the way others see you. This will probably include friendships, romantic relationships, and profession ones. People who score high on the Public Self-Consciousness Scale could probably benefit from working with a therapist on building their sense of self, honing in on their strengths, and learning how to be more confident in what they bring to social, romantic, and professional relationships. Stop being self-conscious, talk to a therapist today.
Description – The questions related to your Social Anxiety focus on the way you are likely to feel when you are in social situations. This set of questions aims to help you identify your comfort level when you are with crowds of people, are in unusual social situations, or you are required to speak in front of large or unfamiliar groups.
Low Social – If you scored low on the Social Anxiety Scale, you are probably quite comfortable being in public, large, and new settings. You likely find it easy to acclimate to large social gatherings and you probably fit in well and socialize with confidence in new surroundings. This would also indicate your willingness and confidence when you are in a situation requiring you to speak in front of new or large crowds.
High Social – If you scored high on the Social Anxiety Scale, you likely have a challenge being in public, large, and new settings. You probably find it uncomfortable to fit in with large social groups and it may be challenging for you to be at ease in new, unfamiliar settings. It is probably hard for you to feel comfortable when you’re surrounded by a lot of people or when the people you are around, aren’t that close to you. Even those of you who can acclimate to group settings, might find it frightening to be, or speak, in front of groups (regardless of their size). If you scored high on the Social Anxiety Scale, you could definitely benefit from speaking with a therapist about how to build your confidence in large and new surroundings. This is usually related to a low self-esteem that can be strengthened with therapy. Stop being self-conscious, talk to a therapist today.