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Act With Integrity: Who Am I?

Who Am I

“Who am I?” is a question we all ask at some time in our lives. It is an especially critical question for adolescents. As we search for answers we begin to define ourselves.

  • How is our identity formed?
  • To what extent are we defined by our talents and interests?
    • by our membership in a particular ethnic group?
    • by our social and economic class?
    • by our religion by the nation in which we live?
  • How do we label ourselves and how are we labeled by others?
  • How are our identities influenced by how we think others see us?
  • How do our identities inform our values, ideas, and actions?
  • In what ways might we assume different identities in different contexts?  

“We become what we think about”  
Earl Nightingale 

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