Relationship Inventory: Forms MO and OS 关系量表(BLRI 调整版)

Relationship Inventory: Forms MO and OS

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RELATIONSHIP INVENTORY (Adapted from B-L R I)

Client Ref: Date: 

Gender: M / F 

Therapist ID

Session No. 

Below are listed a variety of ways that one person may feel or behave in relation to another person. Please consider each statement with reference to your counselling/therapy relationship. Circle a score for each question according to how strongly you feel it is true or not true in this relationship. 

Please give a mark for every statement. Circle either, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 to stand for the following answers: 

1 = No, I strongly feel that it is not true  

2 = No I feel it is not true 

3 = No, I feel that it is probably untrue, or more untrue than true 

4 =Yes, I feel it is probably true, or more true than untrue 

5 =Yes I feel it is true 

6 =Yes I strongly feel that it is true 

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1 I respect them as a person.我尊敬其人

2 I want to understand how they see things.我想要理解他们如何看待事情

3 My interest in them depends on what they say or do.我对他们的兴趣来自他们所说所为

4 I am comfortable and at ease in our relationship.在我们的关系中我觉得舒服和放松

5 I understand their words but I do not understand the way they feel.我理解他们话语中的意思但是我法了解他们的感觉

6 Whether they feel happy or unhappy with themselves makes no real difference to the way I feel about them.无论他们自己觉的开心或悲伤,我对待他们的方式横竖一样

7 I feel that I put on a role or a front with them.我觉得我在做戏/打肿脸充胖子

8 I am impatient with them.我对他们很有耐心

9 I feel appreciation toward them.我对他们心存感激

10 I usually sense or realise what they are feeling.

11 I want them to be a particular kind of person.

12 I nearly always feel that what I say expresses exactly what I am feeling and thinking as I say it.

13 I find them rather dull and uninteresting.

14 My own attitudes towards some of the things they do or say prevents me from understanding them.

15 They can (or could) be openly critical or appreciative of me without really making me feel any differently about them.

16 I want them to think that I like them or understand them more than I really do.

17 I just tolerate them.

18 I usually understand the whole of what they mean.

19 If they show that they are angry with me, I become angry with them, too.

20 I express my true impressions and feelings with them.

21 I am friendly and warm with them.

22 I just take no notice of some things that they think or feel.

23 How much I like or dislike them is not altered by anything that they tell me about their self.

24 At times they sense that I am not aware of what I am really feeling with them. 

25 I am openly myself in our relationship.

26 They seem to irritate and bother me.

27 I do not realise how sensitive they are about some of the things we discuss.

28 Whether the ideas and feelings they express are ‘good’ or ‘bad’ seems to make no difference to my feeling toward them.

29 I understand them.

30 Sometimes they are more worthwhile in my eyes than they are at other times.

31 I am truly interested in them.

32 What I say to them often gives a wrong impression of my whole thought or feeling at the time.

 

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 RELATIONSHIP INVENTORY (Adapted from B-L R I)

Client Ref: Date: 

Gender: M / F 

Therapist ID

Session No. 

Below are listed a variety of ways that one person may feel or behave in relation to another person. Please consider each statement with reference to your counselling/therapy relationship. Circle a score for each question according to how strongly you feel it is true or not true in this relationship. Please give a mark for every statement. Circle either, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6 to stand for the following answers: 

1 = No, I strongly feel that it is not true

2 = No I feel it is not true 

3 = No, I feel that it is probably untrue, or more untrue than true

4 =Yes, I feel it is probably true, or more true than untrue

5 =Yes I feel it is true 

6 =Yes I strongly feel that it is true 

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1 They respect me as a person.

2 They want to understand how I see things.

3 Their interest in me depends on what I say or do.

4 They are comfortable and at ease in our relationship.

5 They understand my words but do not understand the way I feel.

6 Whether I am feeling happy or unhappy with myself makes no real difference to the way they feel about me.

7 I feel that they put on a role or a front with me.

8 They are impatient with me.

9 They feel appreciation toward me.

10 They usually sense or realise what I am feeling.

11 They want me to be a particular kind of person.

12 I nearly always feel that what they say expresses exactly what they are feeling and thinking as they say it.

13 They find me rather dull and uninteresting.

14 Their own attitude towards some of the things I do or say prevents them from understanding me.

15 I can (or could) be openly critical or appreciative of them without really making them feel any differently about me.

16 They want me to think that they like me or understand me more than they really do.

17 They just tolerate me.

18 They usually understand the whole of what I mean.

19 If I show that I am angry with them they become angry with me, too.

20 They express their true impressions and feelings with me.

21 They are friendly and warm with me.

22 They just take no notice of some things that I think or feel.

23 How much they like or dislike me is not altered by anything that I tell them about myself.

24 At times I sense that they are not aware of what they are really feeling with me. 

25 They are openly their self in our relationship.

26 I seem to irritate and bother them.

27 They do not realise how sensitive I am about some of the things we discuss.

28 Whether the ideas and feelings I express are ‘good’ or ‘bad’ seems to make no difference to their feeling toward me.

29 They understand me.

30 Sometimes I am more worthwhile in their eyes than I am at other times.

31 They are truly interested in me.

32 What they say to me often gives a wrong impression of their whole thought or feeling at the time.

 

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