1.What does it mean to you to be a good friend?
In my opinion, the best components that make a modern woman is a genuine heart, compassion for others, and an ability to be confident with herself and others.
2.When can you tell you are under stress?
Conventional wisdom holds that womanhood begins at the age of 18. And while age is an important component of growing up, there is more to it than that. More broadly, a girl becomes a woman when she matures enough to realize that one person’s affirmation of their life choices does not negate her entire existence. She also becomes a woman when she is defined by her accomplishments, whatever that may mean to her.
3.How do you handle difficult situations?
I handle disappointment by acknowledging my feelings, recognizing my unmet needs, taking better care of myself, consider speaking up or talking it over with a wiser third party, and finally, evaluating and set healthier expectations.
4.How do you describe dignity?
The most picture-perfect moments I had experienced occurred at an unexpected time. I was laying in the hospital after the car accident surrounded by my family and closest friends. They were all joyous to hear I survived. I had the epiphany that we are fragile, and it is from this weakness, not despite it, that we discover the possibility of true joy. To surmise life is short, fragile, and does not wait for anyone.
5.What is something no one knows about your family?
I allow stress and pressure to push me in the direction of my goals. Stress is a functional aspect of life because it is the basis of knowing that I am not content with the current state. Sometimes to achieve a goal that seems insurmountable, I break up the large task into multiple smaller tasks to make it seem more easily achievable.