Think you’re stressed?

Find out how stressed you really are by taking our
little quiz. This test is based on the Social Readjustment Rating
Scale developed by Thomas H. Holmes and Richard H. Rahe. According
to Rahe and Holmes, different life events can contribute to
your stress levels. And the more stress you have, the more vulnerable
you are to mental health problems as well as illnesses.

To see how high (or low) your stress levels are, read over each
of the life situations below and select all those that apply
to you right now or have occurred within the last 12 months.
Then click Submit to find out your score.

Getting married
Sex difficulties
Increase or decrease in number of arguments with spouse
Marital or common-law separation
Marital or common-law reconciliation
Going through divorce
Addition of a new family member
Child leaving home
In-law difficulties
Death of life partner or spouse
Death of close family member
Death of a close friend
New work responsibilities
Change to new career
Business readjustments (i.e. downsizing, company restructuring)
Adjustment in work conditions or hours
Difficulties with boss or supervisor
Loss of job
Spouse starts or ends job
Financial status changes
Loan of less than $100,000
Change in living conditions
Change in residence
Mortgage over $250,000
Foreclosure of mortgage
Personal injury or illness, including mental illness
Health of family member changes
Eating habits change
Change in personal habits
Change in sleeping habits
Change in recreational activities
Change in social activities
Change in number of family get-togethers
Starting or finishing school
Change in school
Outstanding personal achievements
Change in religious activities
Run-ins with the law
Jail term