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How Naturally High Are You?

The Natural High Questionnaires

Each of us is unique – an amalgam of genetic inheritance and a lifetime of experience. We may have inherited certain tendencies, for example, toward depression or anxiety. These tendencies, together with what we have learned in childhood, and indulged in as adults, have programmed our body chemistry. This is turn affects our behavior. We may find ourselves, for instance, with a nonstop need for stimulation or a seemingly built-in inability to relax.

The good news is that none of this is set in stone. You can change.

The Natural High Questionnaires will help you to figure out what you need to work on. In each of the following questionnaires, mark "yes" if the question applies more than half of the time. Score one point for each "yes" answer.


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