I may not know what I want to do yet with my life, but I know my life has meaning and purpose.
I feel the ways I give back to the world please God.
I have a strong sense of God’s presence in my life.
I forgive myself and others as my faith teaches me to do.
I seek forgiveness from family and friends when I have hurt them.
I have activities that I do regularly to renew my soul, to center myself, and to gain perspective.
I am a part of a community that enriches my spiritual life.
The way I am living my life is consistent with my Christian values.
I thank God for the good things in my life.
My spiritual life informs the way I live my life.
Rest & Play Assessment
I get enough rest to rejuvenate myself most of the time.
I am satisfied with the amount of time that I have set aside for healthy fun.
I have at least one hobby or interest that renews me, and I make time for it on a regular basis.
I feel good about the kinds of activities I’m involved in during my free time and know that they are good for my overall well-being.
I enjoy my recreational involvement in activities at school, at church, or with other local organizations.
I actively take advantage of opportunities to find new activities and new ways to have fun.
I am confident that my connection to technology such as video games, TV, computer, social media, and cell phone, is good for my overall well-being.
I frequently have fun where alcohol and other drugs are not present.
The people with whom I spend my free time are a good influence on me.
I use some of my free time as Sabbath time to renew my spirituality.
Handling Emotions Assessment
People who know me would say I handle my emotions in a healthy way.
I avoid using alcohol, other drugs, and other possibly addictive behaviors to deal with my emotions.
The way I show my emotions demonstrates a sense a of respect towards myself and others.
I feel good about the way I handle my emotions and how that impacts my relationships.
I have a solid and healthy sense of confidence in myself.
I know the early warning signs of depression or anxiety and would feel comfortable seeking help from a trusted person if I felt this way.
I am able to share my full range of emotions (including sadness, happiness, fear, pride, and worry) with people I trust.
I am able to communicate my emotions in a positive way without being irritable, critical, or angry.
When someone I care about is upset, I am comfortable listening and really being present to them.
When I am feeling emotionally overwhelmed, I turn to God and prayer to re-center myself.
Healthy Relationships Assessment
I am satisfied with the amount of time I spend with the important people in my life.
My Christian faith serves as an important guide for me and my relationships.
I feel good about the relationships that I have with my family members.
I am happy with my friendships and other social connections.
My friends and those who know me well would say that I am a good and trusted friend.
My friends and I share the same positive values.
I feel good about the impact my use/or non-use of alcohol and other drugs has on my relationships with my friends and family.
I feel proud about the amount of trust, respect, and honesty that exists in my relationships, including my dating relationships, if applicable.
When conflict comes up with family or friends, I am able to talk about it and resolve it in a productive way.
I am able to identify and end unhealthy relationships when I need to.
Care for Body Assessment
The daily choices I make about what I eat and drink are healthy.
I feel good about the amount of regular exercise I get.
I determine what is healthy and right for me in terms of weight and appearance, rather than letting my peers or the culture determine that for me.
I go to the doctor and dentist for regular check ups and talk to someone about a health problem as soon it arises.
I am comfortable with my sexuality and know that my sexual decisions are healthy and safe for me, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
I Corinthians 6:19 says, “Your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit.” I treat my body accordingly by the respect I show it.
My current weight is healthy for me.
I feel confident that my decisions regarding drugs, alcohol, and tobacco are serving me well.
Most days I get at least eight hours of sleep during normal sleeping hours.
I have positive feelings about my relationship with food (what I eat, why I eat, and how often I eat).
Stress Resilience Assessment
I feel good that things going on in my personal life rarely interfere with my concentration at school or work.
I respond to changes in my life with a positive attitude.
When I am stressed or in the midst of a challenge in my life, I turn to God and my faith to give me strength and perspective.
I feel good about the support I get from others when I have something big going on in my life.
When I face a life challenge, I feel confident that I handle the accompanying stress in a healthy way.
When I have problems, I am able to keep them in perspective.
When I have a problem, I turn to others for support rather than keeping it to myself.
I am satisfied with the way I handle stress, handling it in healthy ways rather than coping by engaging in self-destructive habits.
In the past month, I have been free from any symptoms of stress, such as trouble sleeping, headaches, outbursts of anger, or feelings of depression that may be related to stress.
I am dealing well with any major life changes, planned or unplanned, that have occurred over the last few years.
School & Work Assessment
I feel good about my overall involvement in school, knowing I’m doing my best.
I am personally satisfied with my grades.
I am satisfied with the way I participate in my classes, extracurricular activities, volunteer work, or job.
I am pleased with the connections I have with the teachers and staff at school.
I feel good about the relationships I have with other students and how those relationships impact my all-around success at school.
I am confident that my school/volunteer/sports/job performance is helping me to guide my future in a positive way.
I am confident that the effort I put into my school/job will serve me well in the future.
I feel good about the way my decisions regarding alcohol and/or other drugs impact my learning, volunteer, sports, and/or job performance.
I am comfortable with the way my employment and other outside activities affect my school and family life.
I am using my God-given talents and passions at school, work, or in the community.
I feel good about the way I spend, budget, and keep track of my money.
I am always on time for school, work, and other commitments.
I organize my time and plan ahead to make sure that I allow enough time to get everything done on time.
I am happy with the way I organize my priorities, ensuring that I have enough time to dedicate to all the different parts of my life.
I have a good method for remembering all of my assignments and other obligations and commitments.
My backpack, locker, and bedroom are all organized, and I can quickly get my hands on anything I might need.
I regularly take time to organize myself and my possessions so that I do not have to rush around at the last minute.
I juggle school, friends, family, and other obligations in a healthy way.
When thinking about how to spend my time and money, I think about others’ needs as well as my own.
Most days I accomplish all of the things I set out to do that day.