Assess Your Acceptance

acceptance

You could read about the 10 things to accept in your life in one of my last post. Today I will give you a challenge. Check how high your acceptance
is while testing which things from the list below you can accept.

Assess Your Acceptance

Today I have prepared you an acceptance test. It will show how well this skill is mastered in your case. There are some areas we will explore to find your deepest fears, unforgiven grudge, plenty of judgement and anger.

When you read this post, take a piece of paper and find your score. Mark 0 points for the things you do not accept, 1 for those who you sometimes accept and 2 for the things you accept totally. At the end of the post you will find what your score means.

Don’t forget to have a closer look at the items you totally don’t accept. They are your biggest challenges in life.

Yourself

Do you know that it is the hardest to accept ourselves? If you disagree, try to think if you love everything in your person, not only the shining self.

Health And Fitness

  • Your height
  • Your weight
  • Your sex
  • Your menstrual cycle and hormonal fluctuations (women)
  • Your testosterone urges (men)
  • Your fertility
  • Your hair condition
  • Your shape of the nose
  • Your eyes colour
  • Your body type
  • Your wrinkles
  • Your cellulite
  • your stretch marks
  • Your grey hair
  • Your fat folds on the belly or hips
  • Your teeth shape
  • Your scoliosis and other posture malformations
  • Your level of fitness – stamina
  • Your muscle strength
  • Your endurance
  • Your voice (e.g. recorded)
  • Your sight
  • Your hearing
  • Your chronic illness (like epilepsy)
  • Your dexterity
  • Your metabolism

Mental Skills

  • Your IQ
  • Your cleverness
  • Your level of self-motivation
  • Your achievements at school
  • Your achievements at the university
  • Your level of education
  • Your ability to use your native language
  • Your level of foreign language(s) skills
  • Your level of concentration
  • Your mental imaginary
  • Your obsessive thoughts

Character Traits, Temper, Quirks, Fears, Emotions

  • Your emotionality
  • Your quirks (e.g. talking to yourself)
  • Your temper
  • Being an extrovert or an introvert
  • Being a chatterbox
  • Being very quiet
  • Your greediness
  • Your impatience
  • Your level of anger
  • Your fear of failure
  • Your fear of rejection
  • Your fear of criticism, ridicule
  • Your fear of poverty
  • Your fear of being disabled
  • Your fear of being dependent on other people, being vulnerable
  • Your fear of illness
  • Your fear of death
  • Your mistakes
  • Your wrong decisions
  • All that you have not said or done before losing someone

Your Environment

Your environment includes all the things and people around you: your family, neighbours, co-workers, locals you meet walking or driving, your animals and everything in and around your house. This category also includes your belongings, your workplace and local shops.

Your Family And Other People

  • Your mother
  • Your father
  • Your siblings
  • The rest of your family
  • Your children if you have some
  • Your co-workers
  • Your boss
  • Your neighbours living around
  • The shop assistants, bus drivers, postmen, police officers and other people serving you in the community
  • Your doctor
  • Your dentist
  • Your barber/hairdresser
  • Your local authority clerks
  • Your local authority government
  • Your state government
  • Your parliament

Your Surroundings

  • Your house/flat
  • Your bed
  • Your bedroom
  • Your kitchen
  • Your bathroom
  • Your dining table
  • Your sofa
  • Your computer/laptop
  • Your TV
  • Your phone
  • Your bank account
  • Your car
  • Your job
  • Your workplace/business office
  • Your salary/wages/ net profit (if in business)
  • Your garden
  • Your pets
  • Your farm (if you have one)
  • The building around your house/ the neighbouring flats
  • The noise from cars in the street
  • Noisy parties
  • People talking around your house/flat

The Past

This might be the hardest to accept, especially if your past was painful and traumatic. Check how many of these you can accept:

  • The times of being the baby
  • The times to be a toddler
  • The times you were at the nursery
  • The times you went to school
  • Your schoolmates
  • Your native language teacher
  • Your foreign language teacher
  • Your Maths teacher
  • Your Arts teacher
  • Your PE teacher
  • Your IT teacher
  • Your Science teacher
  • Your university teachers and professors
  • Your Leaving Certificate score
  • Your university degree (if you have one)
  • Your worst mistakes at school
  • Your failed exams
  • Your past jobs from which you were sacked
  • Your first boyfriend/girlfriend
  • you being cheated on (if it happened)
  • Your times of heartbreak
  • The death of close and dear people
  • Being dumped by your ex
  • Domestic violence
  • Verbal abuse
  • Bullying
  • Emotional blackmail
  • Manipulation with guilt
  • Conditional love

These are not all the items you must accept in your life to be fully happy. I have showed you only a top of the iceberg. In many cases, there will be individual issues different for everyone, especially in the last category.

Your Score:

Add up your score for each category:

  • Yourself:
  • Your Environment:
  • The Past:

Then sum up all the figures. Bear in mind which of the three categories has got the lowest score. It means that your acceptance needs work there.

0 – 90 – Your acceptance level is very low. Yo need to work on it instantly to become a happy person.

91 – 150 – A bit better, but there are still some areas where your acceptance soar. If you have no items with total acceptance, it means that you really need to pull up your sleeves to be happier.

151 – 180 – Above average. There are some issues that you accept without hesitation, bu you also need to be clearer in many areas where you scored one point. and you probably still struggle with some issues from the past, yourself or your environment.

181 – 240 – Good. You have mastered acceptance in some areas and are fifty-fifty with most of the rest. Try to accept as much of the issues which scored 1 point as possible. Pay attention to the areas where the score was the lowest (e.g. your past.)

241 – 280 – Excellence. Congratulations, you can accept the majority or nearly of the issues from this test. If there is any issue that scored no point, work on it to be even happier.

In a Nutshell

In order to be a happy person, you need to accept your life. This means to be compassionate to yourself, your environment and your past.

Victoria Herocten

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