Interview with Emily

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  1. What do you like best about yourself? Least?

Emily: My best quality is that I love my family and friends to death. My worst quality is my impetuosity.

  1. What are your most important values?

Emily: The three C’s. Compassion, caring and commitment.

  1. What emotion/feeling are you afraid to experience?

Emily: The feeling of rejection and humiliation.

  1. What do you care about the most in the world?

Emily: My friends and family. They are my backbone.

  1. What do you carry in your pockets/purse/backpack, etc.?

Emily: Breath mints, a comb and cell phone.

  1. What is the most embarrassing thing that has ever happened to you?

Emily: When I was a kid, I flunked my test once because I had been careless. As I had always been the topper, all my classmates mocked me until the midterms.

  1. What’s the worst thing you have ever done to someone and why?

Emily: I have kissed my sister’s boyfriend because I was attracted to him. She never forgave me for it and rightly so.

  1. What would you like it to say on your tombstone?

Emily: True friends are never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart.

  1. What’s your idea of a good marriage? Do you think that’ll happen in your life?

Emily: My idea of a good marriage is a relationship founded on trust, love and friendship. A marriage needs constant work. There is no room for laziness in a marriage. You have to work hard at your marriage if you want it to succeed.

At this point in my life, I’m not really sure I can have that with someone.

  1. How do you feel about your life right now? What, if anything, would you like to change?

Emily: My life is picture perfect from the outside, but broken from the inside.

I would like to glue the shattered pieces of my life back together, and be with my best friends and family again.

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