Take the Quiz: Are You An Under-Doer Or an Over-Doer?

Take the quiz to find out if you’re an under-doer or an over-doer.

When you’re feeling insecure, do you shop too much to feel better? Or do you deprive yourself of basic things?

When you’re upset, do you eat too much – or too little?

In other words, are you an under-doer or an over-doer?

Do you over-work or under-work?

Do you over-sleep or under-sleep?

Both under-doing and over-doing are ways to avoid whatever is going on inside of us.

To make this our best chapter, we can start with today, page 1, and look honestly at our behavior. Then we can decide to stop over-doing or under-doing and look for balance. To be more you, try being less you.

 

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About dianabletter

Diana Bletter is a writer living in northern Israel whose novel, A Remarkable Kindness, is forthcoming from HarperCollins in August. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, tabletmag, and other publications. Her first book, The Invisible Thread: A Portrait of Jewish American Women (with photographs by Lori Grinker) was nominated for a National Jewish Book Award.
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3 Responses to Take the Quiz: Are You An Under-Doer Or an Over-Doer?

  1. stuartart says:

    That’s a great observation. I think I over eat and over drink sometimes, sometimes I over sleep and I definitely over work. I’ll have to look a little closer to see if I under do anything. Excellent post, love it. 🙂

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