How important is it to know who you are as a person?
How important is it to get to know yourself?
Do you feel that when you know who you are that you are then capable of having better relationships?
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, are we more likely to find someone who likes us for who are if we ourselves know who we are?
I think by how you worded your questions you already feel you know the answer. I feel it is extremely important to know who you are as a person before we can understand what we need out of relationship with someone else. Only by knowing ourselves can we search for a partner with the characteristics that important to us. See my hub called Characteristics We Look For In A Possible Mate
by Patricia Scott 6 years ago
What does it mean to you to 'be honest'?Does it mean 'telling it like it is'? Does it mean stretching the truth? Is it important to you to teach your children to be honest?If someone you know and trust, lies in your presence, do you still feel that person will be honest with you?Is the honesty of...
by Audrey Selig 12 months ago
How do you handle a close relative who keeps putting you down for no reason?
by Donna Janelle 5 years ago
How important is spending Christmas with your family to you?One of my favorite things about the holidays is getting to spend time with my family.
by zero to hero 8 years ago
Most people busy with making money day after day, year after year. Some of them even forget what do they make money for. I know I need make money for my family. Because I want to make enough money to help my husband quit his job. Then he would not get injured from the job any more. I love him. I...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
Why do women refuse to believe that money is an extremely important component regardingentering a relationship?
by Ken Crow 7 years ago
I want to start a discussion because, frankly I feel as though low self-esteem is a major problem today. 1. How did you overcome low self-esteem? 2. Do feel that by being a Christian aids in the recovery from suffering from low self-esteem? 3. Do you feel that praising children encourages that...
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