Abuse Victim: I have not harbored anger, resentment, bitterness or unforgiveness for my abusers, nor have I used the actions of others as a justification for my inappropriate actions or attitudes or isolating myself from God or others.
Abuser: I have not verbally, physically, sexually or emotionally abused others or myself.
Anger: I have not lashed out at others or harbored ill will towards others but have taken appropriate steps to forgive others and resolve conflicts.
Chemical Addiction: I have not consumed alcohol or drugs, except for appropriate use of legal medications.
Codependency: I have not actively sought to control or manipulate others, given unsolicited advice, or based my self-concept on the well-being or approval of others.
Depression: I have not given in to feelings of hopelessness, despondence or passivity in response to difficult or negative situations.
Financial: I am clear about our financial situation. I know current account balances, monthly expenses, loan interest rates, fees, fines, or contractual obligations. I have not shopped compulsively or purchased anything I didn’t need. I am meeting my basic living expenses and fulfilling my financial obligations.
Grief: I have not stopped working through the grief process of denial, anger, bargaining, and acceptance. I ask for help when needed.
Guilt: I have not continued to feel guilt over past sins that I have already confessed and have made or am making amends.
Overeating: I have separated my eating from all other issues in my life. I haven’t used food to deal with my emotions, and I have not used problems or stress as an excuse for overeating.
Sexual Addiction: I have not actively sought out sexually explicit material in any form, nor have I acted to intentionally place myself in a position of temptation, but when confronted with temptation I did not yield but surrendered the incident to the Lord by praying for His power to resist or flee.