I’m not talking about the “self’” that others demand you to be or the self that acts a certain way to fit in and conform with what society accepts.
I’m talking about the true you—the you who wants to authentically express your special and unique qualities to the world.
By answering these questions you will discover your unique passions, strengths, values, desires, and motivations, which are all yearning for your expression. Discovering the answers to these questions will allow you to align yourself with that purpose and bring real magic into your life.
The questions below are designed to help to know yourself deeply and find what is truly important to you.
We all have an unexpressed potential; the exercises are specifically designed to help you find yours.
Welcome to the Idaho Court Assistance Office & Self-Help Center!
This website provides tools and information for people who want to represent themselves in court, or who are unable to afford an attorney and would otherwise be unable to get their day in court.
The materials and assistance you receive on this web site or in your local Court Assistance Office are no substitute for talking with a lawyer. Consequently, keep in mind, even if you follow the instructions provided and use our forms you are not guaranteed to win your case.
The materials on this site are meant to help you educate yourself through the process.Please note that some newer copyrights will require Flash Player 10 be installed for viewing of the online editions.If you do not have this software, please download it from Teachers: If your school or district has purchased print student editions, register now to access the full online version of the book.If you are having trouble accessing your Online Student Edition because the Access Code is wrong, please ask your teacher.For additional information check out the Frequently Asked Questions on the SEG Technical Support Web site. I spent my days wishing that things would change—that I could escape a life that my soul could no longer bear.