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In my opinion, self-awareness is the number one attribute that makes someone healthy.

The more self-aware a person is, the better fiancé, friend, parent and co-worker they are. Self-awareness starts with self-reflection. Over time, you can build self-awareness by journaling through questions and truly getting curious about who you are… and if you’re okay with who you are.

To start, think through these 30 questions and your responses to them. I mean, truly study yourself and get honest about who you are. 

We cannot stress this enough: two healthy and self-aware people create a healthy marriage. If you or your fiancé do not have a high level of self-awareness, it’s time to be intentional with spending more time on learning about your feelings, personality, flaws, strengths, and responses to life’s most challenging situations and goals. Check out our free video “4 Qualities to look for in a Partner” to make sure both you and your future spouse have these 4 qualities!


Written by Anna Collins
Anna Collins lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and two children. She is passionate about her marriage, staying at home with her kids, writing, coffee, good conversation, and game night. Her life dream is to someday write a book and see it published.

 


 


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