tell me about it

The type of relationship we have with another depends on the conclusions we make. Although you might have an impression of someone at first, an impression is not a very reliable conclusion. A good conclusion needs to be supported by facts.

Our conclusions about someone should be based on the things we know about the person. We learn things about another through informal conversation and shared experiences. Over time, the number of things we know grows. And our conclusions about someone become more substantial.

These questions support the process of making a good conclusion about someone else.