Personal Reflection

relectionsAt the end of each chapter in my book, I list some questions to stimulate inner contemplation and maybe even healing.  I will post them periodically for your  use only.  I am not asking that you share them, unless you desire to post thought provoking revelations you have received.


The first installment includes:

Have you ever felt fearless? Describe what that felt like for you.

Describe your childhood and growing up. What are some key moments that you look back on that you have happy memories for?

Whether your parents are still living or have passed away, how would you describe your relationship with them?

Were you involved in music or sports or other activities outside of school? What were those and how did they enrich your life?

Describe your education and how you felt about it. Did you go to a trade school, community college, or four year college? You may have started working right after high school.  How did you make that decision or did your circumstances make the decision for you?

Describe your work history. Have you found something to do that you are passionate about?  Or do you just work to get a paycheck?

Describe a major life change that you may have had. What helped you work through that situation? Was it friends, family, or even strangers?

Have you ever been misdiagnosed? What were the circumstances surrounding this and have you gotten any satisfaction with a diagnosis?  If you are still working through that process what kind of support system do you have? Or do you need to reach out to family and friends to be that support system?

Write out a prayer that you would like to lift up to the Lord. Thank him for what he has done and what he will do in your life.



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