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Am relaxed most of the time.
Worry about things.
Am very pleased with myself.
Rarely get irritated.
Get stressed out easily.
Am often down in the dumps.
Seldom get mad.
Fear for the worst.
Am not easily frustrated.
Am not easily bothered by things.
Feel comfortable with myself.
Often feel blue.
Seldom feel blue.
Have frequent mood swings.
Remain calm under pressure.
Feel threatened easily.
Rarely lose my composure.
Am filled with doubts about things.
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