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Stress and its triggers are being processed differently by most people. When responding to the questions in this text, keep an open mind and answer as honest as you can. There are no right or worng answers.

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When I am stressed out, it soothes me to walk up and down whilst on the phone.

When I am stressed out, I recharge when people come over and stay for long.

In a stressful week, I often feel tired and exhausted already in the morning, if I don’t get enough Me-time.

I enjoy working with other people in the same room when times are stressful.

During a stressful phase, I do prefer doing sports as group rather than by myself.

When I am stressed out, I find company after a sports event very relaxing.

In stressful times, diversity in my group activity schedule provides me extra energy.

Especially when I am really stressed out, I enjoy the solitude in my activities.

When I am deprived of active Me-Time, I become unorganised and chaotic.

I can lie on the couch reading a book for hours on end.

When I am stressed out and there’s no Me-time, I become erratic and easily tired.

Hang out with friends once a week is satisfying when I am running low on energy.

When under the pump, I love going for a run by myself. After that I am full of energy.

When I am stressed out and have to miss out on my sports, I am very unhappy.

If my diary is empty, I actively seek activities.

When I am stressed out, I cannot sit still for long. I constantly feel I should be doing something, and I feel restless.

To go on a sports date, I find rather tiresome, when stressed out.

After a long and stressful day at work, I find it relaxing to catchup with friends and talk, where I tend to lose track of time regularly.

When my week was stressful, I do enjoy company on weekends.

I become aggressive, when deprived of Me-Time during stressful periods.

It makes me feel restless when things go quiet.

Sport provides short-lived energy. Afterwards I often feel completely exhausted.

To make the best of my holiday, I really enjoy doing completely nothing at all.

When I am super busy I tend to socialise more.

When I feel depleted, I best recharge by enjoying a calm and placid location.

My mobile flat rate makes telcos cringe, especially during stressful times.

When I am stressed out, and there is no way to do sports, I am deeply annoyed.

After a stressful week, I am looking forward to the silence solitude on the weekend.

I was out and about a lot during a stressful week, but I am always looking forward to catching up with my peers.

When I am stressed out, and have to work indoors at my desk, I am annoyed.

In particularly stressful times, I rejoice in parties and being amongst a lot of people.

When I am stressed out, I often delay replying to messages up to several days.

During stressful times, I need background noise, like TV or radio. That really makes me relax.

When I am stressed out, and I cannot do my sports activities by myself, I turn into a monster.

I really enjoy stepping out with company, in particular when I am running low on energy.

When I am stressed out, I do prefer the lift over the stairs.

In stressful times I enjoy redecorating my house by myself.

My energy levels rise quicker when I engage in sports activities with others.

In stressful times, I do prefer going out with friends over spending my time at home alone.

After being heavily stressed, I best recoup when I am left in peace.

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