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Chapter 4

For some of you, you might not yet have reached some of these ages. That's great. You can still use all of these exercises. Just imagine how you want your older self to be. You will have a head start on your goals!

Just as one picture does not determine the entire contents of an album, one time in your life does not necessarily define who you are always going to be; nor does it mean that you are doomed to stay at this point in your life forever. Self-awareness, goal setting, and achievement are part of an ongoing journey. As you continue to explore, grow and achieve your goals, your self-perception will change. Your self-perception might not be the same at age 30 as it was at 20. You might feel "stuck" in one issue, or “stuck” emotionally at a certain age because of certain circumstances. But remember: you always have the power to move forward and overcome your issues. It starts with a choice.

With each worksheet, there is a page in which you might choose to draw a picture of yourself at these various stages of your life. Or you might choose to attach a snapshot or find an image which speaks to you about yourself at that particular age. Please consider making your own picture album of your life. You might, at some point, choose to use your experiences to help someone else struggling with similar issues. You may choose to look back and see how far you have come. In any event, struggles have a reason and you might discover that you are strong and courageous now because you went through them.

Ready to go back in time? Your time machine is waiting. Let's go!

Worksheet: Me at age 6

I lived in:

I looked like:

I felt like:

The easiest thing for me was:

The hardest thing for me was:

My favorite dream was:

What I wanted most was:

My favorite thing to do was:

I hated:

I was happiest when:

The most important person to me is/was:

Worksheet: Me at age 12

I lived in:

I looked like:

I felt like:

The easiest thing for me was:

The hardest thing for me was:

My favorite dream was:

What I wanted most was:

My favorite thing to do was:

I hated:

I was happiest when:

The most important person to me is/was:

Worksheet: Me at age 18

I lived in:

I looked like:

I felt like:

The easiest thing for me was:

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