Secondary, Tertiary, Whānau
To explore the idea of choosing to find your value in who you are as a person, rather than what you can do.
We walk away knowing
I can value myself for who I am, not just what I do.
- Chris says he used to find his value in how he performed. Have you ever based your feeling of self worth on how you perform?
- Chris remarks "Now my value is in who I am as a person" and he mentions how he shows up in relationships with the people he is close to, and how he contributes to society. What sort of things would you look at to consider who you are as a person?
- Chris mentions making an effort not to let other people's comments dictate how he feels about himself, both positive and negative. How do you think you could go about this?
- Chris talks about the importance of being able to find something to value about yourself regardless of what people are saying about you. What are some key things about who you are, that you could hold onto to remind you that you are valuable when times are tough?