56 Deep Questions To Ask Yourself In Your 20s To Help You Find Out Who You Really Are

56 Deep Questions To Ask Yourself In Your 20s To Help You Find Out Who You Really Are
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1. Do I believe that everything is meant to be, or do I think that things just tend to happen for no reason at all?

2. Do I forgive and forget? Or do I forgive, but always remember?

3. If I could give one piece of advice to everyone in the world, what would it be?

4. Do I think that people can change, or that they just are who they are?

5. Would I consider myself to be religious or spiritual?

6. Would my 10-year-old self be proud of me?

7. What do I think is the best revenge?

8. What would I change about myself?

9. On the flip side, what would I never change about myself?

10. Can I confidently say that the path I am on in life right now is the one that (and no one else) would want for myself?

11. It’s the year 2040. Where am I?

12. Am I a morning person or a night owl?

13. Would I consider myself to be more creative or more logical?

14. What could I do to be a healthier person?

15. If time and money were no object, what would I do with my life?

16. Is it all about luck or hard work?

17. Should I live with no regrets, or learn from my mistakes?

18. How would I describe myself in only five words?

19. Family first, true or false?

20. Can discipline be learned?

21. Am I as loyal as I think I am?

22. How could people be a better friend to me?

23. How could I be a better friend to people?

24. Is conformity a good thing or a bad thing?

25. What is a book I read that completely changed my outlook on life?

26. How can I be generous when I am not rich?

27. How can I improve dialogue and communication with those I deeply disagree with?

28. If I had to make a list of my top 10 most important values, what would they be?

29. What are my deal breakers for romantic relationships?

30. Do I love myself?

31. If not, how could I find a way to love myself?

32. Is trust always earned, or is it a given until it’s broken?

33. If I could apologize to one person, who would it be?

34. And what would I say to that person?

35. If I was able to say one thing to my ex, what would I say?

36. If I could have one person apologize to me, who would it be?

37. And what would I want them to say?

38. Do I ghost people or do I give them a reason for breaking ties?

39. Do I believe in karma?

40. How do I show I am angry?

41. In my opinion, what are my greatest strengths?

42. In my opinion, what are my greatest weaknesses?

43. If I could go anywhere in the world, where would I go?

44. Is work-life balance important to me?

45. Is family important to me?

46. Is friendship important to me?

47. Is romantic love important to me?

48. If I could have one talent, what would it be?

49. What is one part of my life I miss and why?

50. What are elements from that time I could incorporate into my present?

51. Do actions really speak louder than words?

52. Am I happy with my career?

53. If not, what could I change about my job to be happier and more satisfied?

54. What’s more important to me, self respect or being right?

55. Do I learn from the past or live in the past?

56. When I die, what do I want to be remembered for? TC mark

Molly Burford

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    Good list! Bravo!
    4. Yes, people CAN change. Really! The thing is, often they don’t want to. But it is definitely possible. How long you might wait, and if it is worth it, are other questions.
    28. That was a good one!
    Here’s one I will offer: You are 90, and in remarkably good health, still able to walk and drive, but you have now outlived your friends and also your husband/wife. You are reasonably healthy but very largly alone. Name 3 fun things you would often do in your day-to-day time. Read? Play a musical instrument? Enjoy nature? Blog? What else?—and then—1. Are you enjoying any of these same things NOW? 2. Would you have stopped doing/enjoying them by 85-90? Why? –TheWordPressOwl

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