I remember when I was taught by my dad how to ride a bike with training wheels. He taught me by telling me to put my feet on the pedal and push one food down and then then other one up. You do that to go a little faster, so I did and I was proud of myself because I learned to ride a bike with training wheels. I thought this is special to me because my dad was always busy and he doesn’t have a lot of time to play with me so I felt my dad doesn’t like me but that day first time to play with me and taught me how to ride bike so I felt really happy because he play with me and I felt he loves me.
What has been the hardest or most difficult lesson you have learned in life? What effect did it have
on you and the way you view the world, yourself, other people, etc.
2. Explain what defines a “successful” relationship. This can be friendship, employee-employer, parentchild,
teacher-student, spouses, partners, coach-athlete, etc. In your definition of success, be sure to
give specific examples from your own experience that highlight this.
3. Think about what it means to be part of a group, whether it is your religion, culture, circle of friends,
etc. What traits and characteristics does this group share? How do you fit in with them? What things set
this group apart from others? What does it mean for your personal identity to be a part of this group?
4. Analyze a loss in your life and how it affected you. It could be the loss of a loved one to death, the
end of a relationship, moving to another country (the loss of place or culture), losing a job. . Did this loss
have a positive outcome in the long run? Or is it one from which you have not yet fully recovered?
5. Describe the role of technology in your life, specifically in your relationships with others. Does it
enhance or impede your relationships? What successes have you experienced? What mistakes have you
made? Be sure to give specific examples from your own experiences.
6. Recall a time in your life...