I can’t reflect on myself!?





I'm trying to answer questions my college planner gave to me to brainstorm for my college essay. The problem is, I can't seem to answer any of these questions about myself. It's almost like I can't reflect on my life.For example, the question:If you had to describe the most memorable night of your life, what would you say?If you had to name the one thing that makes you angriest, what would you say?If you had to describe your worst experience with blood, what would you say?For some reason I cannot answers questions like these, is this normal?



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3 Responses to “I can’t reflect on myself!?”

  1. jidosha says:

    What, do you utterly lack life experience and memory? Perhaps you’ve had a lobotomy and don’t know it.

  2. prognos says:

    Think back:If you had to describe the most memorable night of your life, what would you say?Was it that first kiss? The Christmas you got a special toy? How proud your parents were when you got a A in math. What makes you smile when you recollect.If you had to name the one thing that makes you angriest, what would you say?Bigotry? Stupidity? The car won’t stat?If you had to describe your worst experience with blood, what would you say?The electric saw skipped and nearly cut my thumb off; I fess of my trike and scraped my knee.So, walk though your life. The memories of how you felt should come easily.-MM

  3. hag says:

    I have trouble with questions like that too. My problem with them is I can’t narrow my life down to one ultimate event of a certain kind. I have had a long and eventful life and there is no ‘peak’ event but many.