By David Fontana
Adapted from Managing Stress, The British Psychological Society and Routledge Ltd., 1989
The following stress scale must be treated as a useful guide rather than as a precise instrument. Compete it quickly, and don’t think too hard before responding to each question. Your first response is often the most accurate one. As with any stress scale, it isn’t difficult to spot what is the ‘low stress’ answer to each question. Don’t be tempted to give this answer if it isn’t the accurate one. Nothing is at stake. You are as stressed as you are. Your score on the scale doesn’t change that, one way or the other. The purpose of the scale is simply to help you clarify some of your thinking about your own life.
Measuring Stress Scale
Let me know the result, aight? 🙂