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Jenny, if you would like to critique my interview questions, I would appreciate your imput?
Yes, definitely. I don't have time right now, but I will get back to you later today.
I have noticed it seems that there aren't nearly as many young people on the forums and I'm not quite sure why. It made me hesitant to post at first because I'm usually shy and don't want to feel like I'm the only one my age posting. Then I realized that other people may feel the same way and that by myself posting I may encourage them. That said I lurk in the forums quite a bit and have enjoyed reading your posts in particular. They always seem to offer good advice and are insightful.
Now that you're out in the open, we can officially welcome you. This is a good place to get acquainted with people of various ages, and in your case, hopefully some of the younger set. As you realized, there are others who stay in the background for reasons of their own. Many have their own experiences, knowledge and wisdom to share, along with a sprinkling of humor now and then.
If you're still a little unsure, you can always try the prayer room to get used to posting. You can't go wrong there!!!
It's encouraging to see young people like yourself participate. We enjoy the mixture of age groups because of what we can learn from each other. Sometimes age creates perspective differences that are certainly worthy of consideration.
There are a lot of people here who are shy, but actively participating can be helpful in overcoming that if you think it is holding you back. A certain amount of shyness is a good thing so you need not worry about that.
Just relax and come along for the ride.....
Thanks for the welcome Ray! I'm really enjoying the site so far, especially the forums, as a way to meet many more faithful, practicing Catholics so I'll probably be sticking around.
I mean, I just plain like taking them. I think most people do. It's a good ice breaker, and last I saw you can customize them- mine is pretty interesting and I had fun writing it. So why not make one for the ladies to check?
Yes -- you did put effort into it and it was interesting; no doubt you had fun with it. Let's hope you have at least as much fun with the responses.
I've had an interview on my profile for several years. You won't find any of the default CM questions on there - my interview was created before they had default questions available. I've received many good comments on my interview. I definitely encourage you and anyone else to take my interview. I think it does show my personality, and hopefully brings out good parts of your personality too. :)
I do not have an interview nor do I usually take them. I do not like multiple choice. It is impossible to get a clear, honest, accurate answer most of the time. I would love short answer and essay questions
I have noticed that many of the guys profiles don't have interviews, but since I don't either I can't complain. Now I do have a problem with not having a picture up. I would like to see who I am communicating with.