Welcome to the Live Fearless Score!
This quiz is for your information only.
Check in with yourself (without judgement) and see how you are responding to fear today by taking this simple quiz. Please come into this quiz with an open mind and a willing heart. Regardless of what your score is, let this be a simple guide to where you may (or may not) need to give a little extra attention or love to yourself.
Fear is real, fear is challenging and fear needs to be addressed properly. Resources are abundantly available to you at all times if you feel you need them. Please see below for a list of resources. We ALL need help at times in our life, so do not let shame get in the way. I’ve been there! I’ve sought help…many times…still do! We’re in this together.
Need help addressing your fear? Here are some resources:
- National Crisis line: 1-800-799-4889
- Anxiety & Depression Association of America
- Find a Therapist
- Learn More About the Live Fearless Course
**Disclaimer: If you are having suicidal thoughts or tendencies or are unable to get control over your fear and emotions, it is best to refrain from taking this quiz at this time and seek the support of a mental health professional.
The Live Fearless Scores
There is always something to work on and something we’re avoiding, but you spend most of your life in most areas working through your fear in a healthy way. You feel at peace and ease most of the time.
You have isolated areas in your life where fear creeps in, and you handle your fears in a healthy way most of the time. You likely have an area or two that are not getting the attention they need to overcome fear.
You spend a significant amount of time in a state of worry, and you are struggling to really identify your fears, get to the root of them and move in a more positive direction. Your fear may be getting in the way of your career and relational success and leading to some anxiety and depression.
You may often feel trapped by your fears and unable to live your life in the healthy and positive way you desire. You may feel a sense of resentment toward them. You may be feeling isolated. Your fear is likely greatly affecting your job, social relationships, family and your overall happiness and well-being. **please see the above resources and consider seeking a licensed, professional counselor – there is a way out, and there are professionals out there to help you! They helped me…
Fear may be chronically affecting your life and you are likely consumed by anxious thought patterns. Your fear is greatly affecting your job/career, friendships and family to the point where it may be hard for you to maintain a job or relationships. You may feel depressed and isolated. **please see the above resources and consider seeking a licensed, professional counselor – there is a way out, and there are professionals out there to help you! They helped me…