PTSD Self-Assessment Quiz

Feeling ongoing anger, fear, or guilt

Feeling jumpy, irritable, or easily startled

Feelings very upset or having physical reactions (e.g., heart pounding, trouble breathing, or sweating) when something reminded you of a stressful experience from the past

Feeling detached from people and things around you

Feeling humiliated or ashamed by an individual or a group

Feeling that things are your fault

Feeling stuck on autopilot or just going through the motions it takes to stay alive

Difficulty remembering things

Difficulty concentrating or sleeping

Difficulting doing things that you need to do

Struggling with an addiction (food, sex, alcohol, shopping, drugs, etc.)

Being stalked

Being pressured into sexual activities

Suddenly acting or feeling as if a stressful experience were happening again (as if you were reliving it)

Repeated disturbing thoughts, memories, dreams, or images of a stressful experience in the past

The need to avoid thoughts, people, or situations that remind you of a difficult experience

Loss of interest in things that you used to enjoy

Experienced being stalked

Things you need like money, food, hygiene items, etc. kept from you or controlled by someone else

Living in fear of another person for an extended time

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