There is no manual that pops out with the baby that tells you exactly how to raise a child. So what do we do? We ask friends, family or buy books. The problem with that is we are getting advice from someone else's experiences based on their own environment, family dynamic, genetics, issues or talents. We need to find out who WE are first and then raising a child will be easy. How do we do that? The only way to find answers is to ask questions.
The glitch is that we need to be totally honest with ourselves when answering the question. Isn't that the reason why people seek help from a psychiatrist or therapist? They ask questions and when they get a negative response to a question they delve into the subject until they pull the truth out of you.
After you have answered the question look at your answer and question that! Repeat this process until you reach the answer that resonates as the truth. I have put together a list of 74 questions that range from "Is it possible to have faith and be afraid at the same time?" to "Do you know every organ in your body? If no, why not?"
My blog is www.therearequestionstoeveryanswer.blogspot.com. After you have answered all the questions and have studied and scrutinized the answers, put them away. Wait a couple of weeks and pick them up again. You may read your answers and think, "I had no idea I felt that way." "Am I that selfish?" "Am I that talented?" . Your answers will change constantly as you grow and evolve.
I look forward to your responses and feel free to add your own questions. You may have a question that we can all benefit from.