1st, 2nd or 3rd person perspective, which do you prefer?

Luc Nio Z.
Hmmm…. I don't actually know. I lean towards 2nd perspective. So that I am aware of myself in two ways. As an 'I' and as a you. It allows me to connect with myself. But I do sometimes think about 1st person and its benefits. Especially in the form of affirmations. Maybe 1st person connects me even deeper than 2nd person! It's something I'm still exploring.

Pluck N.
For me 1st.
It’s of course personal. But I like writing directly out of my brain 🧠
But when I’m writing a note for my future self, it’s in third person.

Vicki P.
You mean for storytelling? It depends on the goal and the effect you wish to obtain.
If you’re talking about writing in your journal/diary, 1st. person. I can’t use another.

George Y.
I prefer the first person perspective. In my opinion it makes it easier to connect with others. This also helps me gain trust and respect by including others in my decisions and opinions that have to deal with them.

Aeterna Sherra K.
I prefer first or third person. First person gives you the perspective of you, that you are you and this is your life. I like third person because it gives you an outside perspective. Like you’re not you and you’re just watching you grow and succeed and fail.

Stacy Q.
Interesting question. What is the context? Most of the time I speak and write in first person. For work, I write and speak in 3rd person (representing the company and my team).

Silas N.
I think i like To talk Best in the 1st person so can share from what I a man learning! Then my next choice to speak ,one on towards general focused subject to people! My third choice I think next choice would be talking to just one person!

Angel U.
I’d say 1st person for sure. A lot of people would call me selfish or greedy but that’s not the case at all. Saying “I” to my communicates that me has to be one/in tune/at peace with self in order to show up in the world haw we desire in our heads. An unhappy you will contribute to other people’s negativity and unless you know who YOU are and where you stand!

Argemiro E.
I prefer the 2nd person perspective. I need to feel as though Simone is coaching me and cheering me on. At this time, I can’t rely on myself. I hope to get there in the future.

Ekrem O.
I believe that when you think about it you’d be quick to say well third person duh, but when you really take your time and think about it it’s like wait I've been in all these positions before. I mean think about it you’re in 1st person in real life and only in second and third person when you talk about you like someone else is talking about you, so really I don’t have an answer but it’s always better to live in 1st person perspective because sometimes when you’re in your head to much you want to escape but you can’t until eventually you can.

Andrew P.
1st or 3rd person perspective is best for me. Especially 1st since it’s me doing it. But I do like 3rd to since it’s like a future me doing it.

Katie F.
I prefer 1st person because it personalizes a story and sets the reader in the thoughts as well as the actions of the character.

Phyllis W.
Third person perspective, because the 3rd person have bigger probability of knowing what the 2nd and 1st person saying. So it’ll be wiser if a person saw perspective from a wider one, so they can make summary from all of the perspective