Automatic Thoughts Questionnaires – Revised (ATQ-R)

1.    I feel like I’m up against the world.
2.    I’m no good.
3.    I’m proud of myself.
4.    Why can’t I ever succeed?
5.    No one understands me.
6.    I’ve let people down.
7.    I feel fine.
8.    I don’t think I can go on.
9.    I wish I were a better person.
10.No matter what happens‚ I know I’ll make it.
11.I’m so weak.
12.My life is not going the way I want it to.
13.I can accomplish anything.
14.I’m so disappointed in myself.
15.Nothing feels good anymore.
16.I feel good.
17.I can’t stand this anymore.
18.I can’t get started.
19.What’s wrong with me?
20.I’m warm and comfortable.
21.I wish I were somewhere else.
22.I can’t get things together.
23.I hate myself.
24.I feel confident I can do anything I set my mind to
25.I’m worthless.
26.I wish I could just disappear.
27.What’s the matter with me?
28.I feel very happy.
29.I’m a loser.
30.My life is a mess.
31.I’m a failure.
32.This is super
33.I’ll never make it.
34.I feel so helpless.
35.Something has to change.
36.There must be something wrong with me.
37.I’m luckier than most people.
38.My future is bleak.
39.It’s just not worth it.
40.I can’t finish anything.
1 = “not at all”‚ 2 = “somewhat”‚ 3 = “moderately “‚ 4 = “very much”‚ and 5 = “totally”

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