Activity: Identifying your strengths
November 7, 2012 by
Categories: Relationships

I love working from a strengths-based perspective and approaching solutions through what already seems to be working. However, I find it much easier to identify strengths of a person and much harder to come up with some of my own. In this post I am presenting a short activity that can be done with a partner, friend, or family member.

There can be a lot of things to take away from this conversation. One  point of this activity is to become more comfortable with not just hearing people describe your strengths, but to really contemplate how your strengths can be used to your advantage.  Having someone you are close to point them out can be affirming and eye-opening, but it is ultimately up to you to believe that you posses the potential to continue growing.


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