What’s the best question to ask someone to understand who they are?


1. If you can choose anyone in the world, who would you like to invite to dinner?

2. Do you want to be famous? In which way?

3. Before making a call, do you practice what you want to say? why?

4. What is a "perfect" day for you?

5. When was the last time you sang to yourself? When is it to sing to others?

6. If you can live to be 90 years old and you can choose to keep your mind or body at 30 for the next 60 years, which one would you choose?

7. Do you have a secret hunch about how you might die in the future?

8. List 3 traits that you and the other party share.

9. What is the most grateful thing in your life?

10. If anything in your growth process can be changed, what changes do you hope to make?

11. Use 4 minutes to tell your life story in as much detail as possible.

12. If you can acquire any ability or trait after getting up tomorrow morning, what do you hope it is?

13. If a crystal ball could tell you all the truth about yourself, your life, or your future, what would you like to know?

14. Have you wanted to do something for a long time? The reason for not doing it yet?

15. What is your greatest achievement in life?

16. Which part of the friendship do you value most?

17. What is your most precious memory?

18. What is your worst memory?

19. If you knew that you would die suddenly within a year, would you change your current lifestyle? why?

20. What does friendship mean to you?

21. What role do love and affection play in your life?

22. Take turns sharing what you think the other person has better personality traits. Raise 5 points each.

23. Is your family relationship close and warm? Do you think your childhood is happier than most people?

24. What is your relationship with your mother?
25. Say 3 sentences that contain "we" and are in line with the actual situation, such as "we are all in this room now".

26. Complete this sentence: "I hope I can share with someone—".

27. If you want to be a close friend of the other person, what should he or she need to know?

28. Tell the other person what you like about him or her (you must be very honest in answering this question, and tell the person you might not say to someone you just met).

29. Share awkward moments in your life with the other person.

30. When was the last time you cried in front of others? When are you crying?

31. Tell the other person what you like about him or her now.

32. Is there anything that you can never joke about?

33. If you are going to die tonight and cannot contact anyone, what do you regret the most for not telling others? Why haven't you said it yet?

34. Your house is on fire and all your things are inside. After rescuing your loved ones and pets, you still have time to rescue the last thing safely. What will you take? why?

35. Among all your family members, whose death will hit you the most? why?

Samuel Whyte

A psychology enthusiast, interested in movies, painting,psychology, hiking, workout etc.

Speaks Chinese and English.

Currently lives in Shanghai, China.

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