State Self-forgiveness Scale (SFFA & SFB)

As I consider what I did that was wrong‚ I…
1. …feel compassionate toward myself.
2. …feel rejecting of myself.
3. …feel accepting of myself.
4. …feel dislike toward myself.
5. …show myself acceptance.
6. …show myself compassion.
7. …punish myself.
8. …put myself down.
As I consider what I did that was wrong‚ I believe I am…
9. …acceptable.
10. …okay.
11. …awful.
12. …terrible
13. …decent.
14. …rotten.
15. …worthy of love.
16. …a bad person.
17. ….horrible. 
This instrument can be found on page 103 of “Efficacy of a Self-forgiveness Workbook: A Randomized Controlled Trial with University Students.” Available online at: http://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=4317&context=etd
 
1 = Not at all‚ 2 = A little‚ 3 = Mostly‚ 4 = Completely
 

Wohl‚ M. J. A.‚ DeShea‚ L.‚ & Wahkinney‚ R. L. (2008). Looking within: Measuring state self-forgiveness and its relationship to psychological well-being. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science/Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement‚ 40‚ 1-10.

Griffin‚ Brandon J.‚ “Efficacy of a Self-forgiveness Workbook: A Randomized Controlled Trial with University Students” (2014). Virginia Commonwealth University‚ Theses and Dissertations. Paper 3318.