- in·teg·ri·ty – /inˈteɡrədē/ noun 1. the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles; moral uprightness. 2. the state of being whole and undivided.
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7 Questions to Ask Yourself About Integrity
- Do you attempt to alter who you are depending on who you are with or the situation?
- If your spouse, parents, children, rabbi, minister, best friends, etc. saw you at Happy Hour on a Friday night, would they not recognize you or be embarrassed for you by your behavior?
- Do you ever feel like you are trying to keep up a façade so others will like you more?
- Have you ever felt like a big fake and that if people knew who you really were they would run away?
- Do you ever feel exhausted from attempting to be all things to all people, people pleasing, or the “go to” person a good deal of the the time?
- Have you ever misrepresented yourself or the facts and justified it by saying it was to protect the other person? But it was really about protecting yourself and your reputation.
- If you answered ‘yes’ to more than 2 questions, would you like to change this behavior?
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