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“Who are you?”
This is a question that many people ask themselves on a daily basis. We ask it to ourselves and we ask others. But the answer isn’t always so simple, because sometimes you can’t find yourself in your own thoughts and feelings. There are times when you feel lost or alone, but there’s also this weird sense of security that comes from being unsure about who you are and where you’re going in life. So how do we find ourselves?
Get comfortable with the fact that there are no right answers. It’s okay to not know who you are and what your life is going to be like in a few years – we’re all constantly changing, growing, finding ourselves as adults for the first time. Once you accept this idea of being lost, it’ll free up space inside of yourself so that other things can come into focus instead.
Start from scratch if you have too many thoughts about “who I am”. You might think everything lines up perfectly when looking back on your past or reading through old journals and social media posts but chances are there will be some major inconsistencies once you start inputting new information. So take an inventory of what makes sense now
How to find yourself
Why are you the way that you are?
What is your identity?
Where did all of these ideas come from ?
Who do they belong to or what’s their story?
These questions and more will be answered in this blog post. You’ll also learn about how we can make changes to our beliefs, values, attitudes as well as skills so that we grow into who we want to become. When it comes down to it – when someone asks us “who are you?” – there might not be a better answer than: I’m me! That may seem like an obvious response but try digging deeper for some reasons why this is true. We’ve been around a. The word ‘self-discovery’ can be defined as the process by which a person finds out more about themselves and who they are, often through introspection during certain life events.
This includes their personality type, strengths or weaknesses, values, and interests. People usually start to self-reflect at some point in their lives when something happens that makes them think it’s time for change: such as a breakup from a relationship with someone significant to them; an addiction problem; plateauing in their career; being unhappy with what they have accomplished so far in life etc.