Laura Frisbie828-337-5845 laura@abandoncure.com

 Insecure Relationships: Self-Assessment 

This insecure relationships self-assessment is only hints at what you might need -- and get -- from working with me.  When you make progress on these key points you begin to create an inner transformation that ripples out into every aspect of your life.


How would you rate yourself in these key areas of insecure relationships?  1=low  10=high

Looking Within  *  Looking at myself without blame results in personal growth and empowerment.

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 Obstacles Bring Gifts  *  Growth brings my inner obstacles into awareness.  I have faith in the gift of awareness.

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 Change Brings Fear  *  I embrace the discomfort of the unknown that growth and awareness can bring.

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 Loss  *  Change can mean changes in old relationships.  I can stand alone AND get the support I need.

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Soothing  *  I accept fear and pain as part of life. I am adept at feeling it, moving through it, and moving into relaxation and optimism once again.

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 Gain  *  As I move into new ways of being I have more to give. I attract others who are giving.

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 Understanding  *  I understand the people and patterns that shaped me and release them with love as I become fully and authentically who I really am.

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 OTHER  *  Are there other areas of your life that you would like to see change? Write them down and intend to see improvements soon. 

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By Laura Frisbie, M.Ed., CRRP
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