Our family and home do more to shape who we are more than anything else. It is only appropriate that we look at where we come from. This category covers our relationships with our parents and children. Also, our siblings and spouses and extend family.
Who is there in your life that you would take a bullet for?
What goals do you have for your children?
What do you do to wake up in the morning?
What do you never what to hear you father say?
What do you never what to hear you mother say?
What girls name do you like?
What boys name do you like?
What girls name do you dislike?
What boys name do you dislike?
When was the last time you said ""You Don't Understand ! ""?
How much privacy would you like?
What time of the day would you like to be alone, and why?
If you are feeling sad, what food or meal would cheer you up?
What do you think are the characteristics that make a good parent?
On scale of 1-10 how strict where your parents?
When is it acceptable to lose your temper?
What is the most enjoyable thing you family has done together?
Who do you think you are most like in your family?
What children's TV Show is the hardest to watch?
What does home smell like?
When was a time in your life when you where seeking attention?
Do you get along with your parents?
When was the last time you really needed help?
When are you most generous?
Seek first to understand and then to be understood. The surest path to an argument is to have two people both bent on making the other one understand. In any of the relationships in life it is essential that you can put yourself in a mindset that you can see things from the other person’s point of view. As you have that vantage point you are also in the best position to make yourself understood.
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I once asked a hermit in Italy how he could venture to live alone, in a single cottage, on the top of a mountain, miles from any habitation? He replied, that Providence was his next-door neighbor. - Laurence Sterne