Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS)

1.    I’ve been feeling optimistic about the future
2.    I’ve been feeling useful
3.    I’ve been feeling relaxed
4.    I’ve been feeling interested in other people
5.    I’ve had energy to spare
6.    I’ve been dealing with problems well
7.    I’ve been thinking clearly
8.    I’ve been feeling good about myself
9.    I’ve been feeling close to other people
10.I’ve been feeling confi dent
11.I’ve been able to make up my own mind about things
12.I’ve been feeling loved
13.I’ve been interested in new things
14.I’ve been feeling cheerful
 
1= None of the time‚ 2=Rarely‚ 3=Some of the time‚ 4=Often‚ 5=All of the time
 
 

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