50 Questions Everyone Needs To Ask Themself
Start writing a post
Health and Wellness

50 Questions To Ask Yourself For The Sake Of Personal Growth

You won't regret taking some time to answer these personal growth questions.

50 Questions To Ask Yourself For The Sake Of Personal Growth

Every single day we experience something new. Change is constant and in that change, we can lose ourselves. When that happens, you may feel like you're never going to find your way back. Or maybe you just need a reminder of who you are. Personal growth is extremely important and hopefully this list of questions can help figure out exactly what you need to find in yourself.

1. What moment changed your life forever?

2. What does your ideal day look like?

3. What is your favorite book/movie/show/song and why?

4. What are you most afraid of?

5. What are you most proud of?

6. What is something that you cannot live without?

7. What do you wish you did more of?

8. What's a hobby that you wish you could do?

9. What's your favorite part of your life right now?

10. Where do you see yourself in five years from now?

11. What makes you laugh?

12. Who is the one person that you can call, no matter what happens to you?

13. If you could go back and change one part of your life, what would it be and why?

14. If you could make one change in the world, what would it be?

15. What is something you feel passionate about?

16. What is your dream career?

17. What piece of advice would you give to your younger self?

18. When was the last time you did something that you were afraid of?

19. What do you do to relax?

20. What's a long shot that you have taken that has paid off?

21. What are you tired of hearing about?

22. If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be and why?

23. Who has completely lost your respect?

24. What do you hope never changes?

25. Where is your favorite place to visit?

26. If you could live anywhere, where would it be and why?

27. What is something that you would make a scene in public about?

28. What are you most afraid to lose?

29. What are you most insecure about?

30. What chance of fate changed your life forever?

31. What is something you regret doing?

32. What is the best and worst thing about getting older?

33. What part of your life do you miss the most?

34. If you could go back and fix a relationship with someone, who would it be and why?

35. What's the hardest lesson you have learned?

36. What do you do to feel "alive"?

37. What's the most exhilarating thing you have done?

38. What inspires you?

39. What do you believe is a "good life"?

40. What do you take for granted?

41. What risks do you believe are worth taking?

42. What was the hardest loss you have ever experienced?

43. Was there ever a point where you felt like giving up, but didn't?

44. What are some events in your life that made you who you are?

45. What is your favorite season, and why?

46. What do you spend most time thinking about?

47. Where would you spend all your time if you could?

48. What qualities do you admire about others?

49. What was your closest close call?

50. If you died today, how would you want to be remembered?

This list of questions is a great way to get to know yourself better and can help reevaluate your values and beliefs.

Report this Content

23 Pandemic-Approved Date Ideas That'll Send Sparks Flying From Six Feet Apart

There's a safe way to date right now and yes, it includes masks.


While some people would rather opt out of dating altogether during the pandemic so they don't have to wear a mask on a first date, others are choosing to listen to both guidelines and their heart in order to find love during the time of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Should you be one of the individuals welcoming romance right now, there are pandemic-approved dates you can go on that still adhere to guidelines (and yes, you'll have to wear a mask).

Keep Reading... Show less

I didn't believe the notification when it came through to my phone: Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died from complications due to cancer.

Keep Reading... Show less

In our patriarchal society, men hide from their feelings, but toxic masculinity is literally killing men. They swallow the pain and move on so that they can look, feel, and act "tough."

But, strength is derived from asking for help and voicing your struggle and, trust me, working on your mental health is one hell of a struggle. The real way to "man up" is to acknowledge the downfalls in unjust societal norms. Mental health problems do not mean that a man is weak, they are neurologically-based disorders that require professional treatment.

Keep Reading... Show less

11 Things Your Boyfriend Should Do Before He Drops $499 On A PS5

Let's start with spending less time gaming and more time with you.


Scrolling through Twitter this week had me rolling on the floor laughing as I read some of the hilarious tweets from ladies who, whether in a relationship or not, shared reactions to the news that PlayStation 5 is on its way

As this "buy your boyfriend a PS5" joke takes off across the internet, let's just say, there are a few things your BF should be doing before dropping $499 on the new gaming system — or, if the tweets are real for some, before you buy it for him as a gift.

Keep Reading... Show less
Politics and Activism

Sorry, But 'I Don’t Care About Politics' Is Not A Valid Excuse For NOT Voting

The younger generation of voters is so crucial to the upcoming election because our vote is going to shape the world that we are about to enter as adults.


When I ask my friends if they are voting this term most of them respond with "no" followed by an explanation of "I don't care enough," "It doesn't affect me," or "I don't keep up with politics," etc. I get it, as a college student I know that there are many other things to be concerned about like school, relationships, work, and friends. I also understand that keeping up with politics can seem like trying to keep up with an over-exaggerated reality show that has way too many seasons. Not to mention most news stations and websites are biased so it's hard to decipher if what you hear is true or fake.

However, despite all of this annoyance, as the next generation of Americans, we have to remember that we owe it to ourselves, our families, and to our futures to care.

Keep Reading... Show less
Tasia Sli

Tasia Sli and Anna Yang met in quintessential New York fashion at a chic rooftop event, inquisitive Yale grad Anna gravitating towards model/entrepreneur Tasia.

Keep Reading... Show less
Photo by Anna Hernández-Buces

"Do you have big parties on Cinco de Mayo?"

Keep Reading... Show less

Two of my favorite things in life are reading and books. Obviously, they go hand-in-hand. In my life, I've realized that there is nothing better than learning about the current world or getting fully immersed in another world. Reading can inspire, teach, and entertain you.

For me, the feeling of opening a book and smelling that fresh book smell can't compete with anything else.

Keep Reading... Show less

Expecting mother and wife to singer/songwriter John Legend may have accidentally slipped up and revealed the gender of her and Legend's third baby today on her Instagram story.

Keep Reading... Show less

20 Books About Latin And Hispanic Heritage Absolutely Everyone Should Have On Their Bookshelf

Any ally of the community needs to be reading these incredible reads.


I go through phases when it comes to what I like to read. I am typically reading two books at any given time: one serious nonfiction and one escapist fiction novel to have on hand and open up depending on my mood.

What remains consistent, however, amongst most of my fellow bibliophiles is a desire to try new and different authors and genres. I, as an Indian woman, have been partial to reading books written by fellow Indian and Desi writers since I first got a library card.

Keep Reading... Show less
Health and Wellness

I Asked 46 Women What They Thought About The Term 'Plus-Size', And Here's What They Had To Say

It's 2020, where change is inevitable and norms are not only questioned, but challenged.


We live in a world where it's become customary to push boundaries, break rules, and question standards upheld by society. Though try as we might, some of these standards are harder to conquer than others — body image is one of the top contenders.

For years, the body positivity movement has pushed for the acceptance of all marginalized body types not represented or celebrated in the media. Recently, we've gotten better at appreciating and accepting all body types, but one thing that's still lingering is the stigma of body image in the fashion industry — more specifically, the term "plus-size."

Keep Reading... Show less

Many popular TV shows are holding off premiers until spring, so most people are relying on their television subscriptions to get them through a socially distant fall semester.

Thankfully, Netflix was busy filming this past year because there is a ton of new original content coming in the near future. From mysteries to romances, here are some of the best new shows you have to check out this year:

Keep Reading... Show less

Taylor Swift Sang 'betty' At The ACMs And It Was The Perfect First Live 'folklore' Performance

I guarantee that Inez is spreading rumors about how fire this performance was.


The Academy of Country Music Awards were last night and the performances were wonderful, but Taylor Swift's live version of "betty" from her newest album "folklore" really took the cake for me.

Keep Reading... Show less
Health and Wellness

9 Reasons I Unfollowed All The Fitness Influencers On My Instagram Feed

I don't need to feel bad about myself because of who I follow on social media.


Throughout quarantine, something that a lot of us picked up on was working out. With all the free time, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to work on that "dream bod" you've been wanting for years, or to just feel good about yourself.

A common way to stay motivated and keep yourself on-task is to follow fitness influencers on various platforms. For some people, yes, this can be a healthy and helpful way to keep your drive. In other cases, however, this can do more harm than good.

Keep Reading... Show less
Facebook Comments