Self-esteem: The Rosenberg Test Pick the answer that suits you best All the time Sometimes Never I think that I am a valuable person, or at least as valuable as anyone else. I think I have a few remarkable features. I tend in general to think that I am a failure, an unachieved. I am capable of doing things as well as anyone else. I do not think I have too many things with which I can take pride. I have a positive attitude towards myself. Overall, I am pleased with myself. I wish I had more self esteem. Every now and then I get the feeling that I am useless Sometimes I think I am worthless. The Rosenberg Test indicates the level of self-esteem. Self-esteem is a profound and powerful human need, essential for the healthy evolution of the individual, more precise for an effective development and self-accomplishment. By introducing the email you agree to receive materials once in a while that help you save time and be more productive. You can always unsubscribe.