The first time you use the app, you might find only a few questions useful, and some may be downright confusing. That’s not necessarily a bad thing – the mind does not open up in a linear way.
However, we’ve collected feedback on all the questions, and they are all in the app because they have been found useful. It may be that there are some areas of this person’s life about which you cannot possibly know, and so the questions in that area may not seem applicable. You may choose not to answer questions in a whole section of that persons life, and the app allows you to do that. However, it might still be interesting for you to wonder about that areas of the persons life, simply because they have a life in that area. Notice the assumptions you make as you answer the questions. At some of the questions, you may think ‘well, the question doesn’t apply’, but ask yourself also why you don’t know about that person. Keep wondering, and you might find something useful in that. We suggest that you answer the question as well as you can, and then move on. The point of the questions is to work on you, to make other questions land well, so that you begin to see realities to which you’ve previously been blind. If you continue to have a problem with a particular question, bring it to Facebook or Google+ and others can tell you how they’ve found it works for them – or doesn’t.