Examples of Reflective Questions?

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A reflective question is one that requires the person being questioned to reflect on their answer before giving an answer; in other words, it is the exact opposite of a yes or no question. Examples of reflective questions include asking how someone's day was. The answer cannot be a simple yes or no because this does not answer the question. Another example is asking if what you are doing today is in your best interest. This is another question that requires reflection in order to be honestly answered, even though you can answer it with an immediate yes or no. Another example of a reflective question can be asking what can you do differently if your current course of action is not working.
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