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What do others think your biggest flaw is? Do you agree?
Others are too polite to tell me my biggest flaw. I know the hubby hates watching sports games with me because I say stuff and ask questions and bug him. But I just want to understand the game. Also when with friends I have a quality of extreme irreverence which others either love me for are embarrassed and never want to see me again. Or they take it too seriously. That is my suspicion, no one has ever said anything.
We are kindred souls then:) I am the same...either they love me or they are overwhelmed and I ambarass them.
Thank you abbykornnelee, it's nice to know we are kindred souls:)
Well not to many people like that too be honest
I will have to guess at this because my friends and family are too kind to tell me. But I would say it is my sarcasm. I tend to have a smart comment for everything and it pops out before I can stop it at times!
And yes, it that is the flaw, then I would agree.
I think my biggest flaw is being too impatient. When I have something that needs to be done, I want to do it now and get it over with and not having it hanging over my head. I would also say my temper, in which I pray about everyday. I have to learn when people push my buttons not to always push back. God, I'm sure frowns upon me for this. But, I am striving to deal better with it, which is very hard on here at times.
We can only be aware of our flaws and do what we can to make ourselves better:)
From the other day, I'd say you handled me pushing your buttons very well. Also, still sorry about that...
My biggest flaw without a doubt is being too self conscience. It makes me very awkward and uncomfortable. It is a flaw that's bothered my whole life and have been unable to overcome.
Your behavior needs to be positively reinforced...like in behavior modification or through behaviorist techiniques and theory. Its really effective therapy. B.F. Skinner was a behaviorist I believe. You should check out behavior reinforcement
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