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    Maybe the topic won't be particularly pleasant? But I tend to find relieving being able to reveal weaknesses - me:

    - I am too confident in my mental and physical abilities, sometimes ovestretching them
    - I am very unconfindent in relationships - I have no clue where I stand with other people, generally, etc
    - I have difficulty motivating myself doing boring stuff; I can do them once (say, a boring exam - I can study once for it), but doing it more than once really turns my mind down
    - I dislike competition, generally, and tend to shy away from it sometimes even if everybody tells me I'd do very well
    - I can't ask for anything to anybody; well, I CAN ask but it takes effort.
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    my weaknesses:

    - staying on top of day to day chores and errands
    - keeping up any type of routine for physical benefit (cosmetic, diet, exercise, you name it)
    - acknowledging subjects that might be emotional for me... I pretty much try to avoid this as I see strong emotion and emotional displays as signs of weakness and very unattractive, and I don't like it when others, even people I'm close to, understand my emotions (I've gotten a lot better with Peter though... he's told me many, many times that I need to be more open, and I'm starting to be able to understand when there's something bothering me, and even tell him eventually )
    - not offending people when trying to communicate with them about how to solve problems that they are emotional about
    - not offending/irritating/frustrating people when they are trying to engage me in a manner in which I do not wish to be engaged, such as flirting or debating something which I simply do not care to debate or arguing/fighting (I think part of the problem at times is my blatant disregard for their wishes regarding whatever activity they wish me to partake in... at other times it's my refusal to even acknowledge what they're saying/doing... I do not feel I am wrong to do so though... they're the ones who are presuming to be able to engage me in a manner in which I do not wish to be engaged)
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    -Staying focused on necessary but boring tasks
    -Activities involving people, even those I'm close to, knowing what the unspoken rules are of interaction
    -Staying calm in the face of failure
    -Maintaining my presence in the here and now (not spacing out)
    -Maintaining health

    I'm quite certain that there are more, but these are in the forefront of my mind right now.
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    my weakness?

    hot women. and italian food.
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    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
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    That's not very Negativist of you.
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    My biggest weakness, without a doubt, would be my inability to get motivated to do just about anything and being the biggest procrastinator you could possibly imagine. I manage to have an excuse for putting everything off..sometimes I feel like life is just passing me by because of it. I'm not really accomplishing anything. I just find so many different ways of looking at things and overanalyze everything to the point i just give up.

    Or are we talking about more simple things like food, sex, drugs, etc? If so, all of the above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    Or are we talking about more simple things like food, sex, drugs, etc? If so, all of the above.
    air...that's my biggest weakness....
    and yet, funny enough...my biggest strength too. :wink:




    As for FDG's question:
    I won't list all of my weaknesses here. Too many of them.
    Plus, it gets annoying when I work really hard to amend for a weakness, and then someone cheapens all that work by calling it "natural" for me.
    However, I can list some of the one's this board might already be aware of:
    tempermental, moody, insecure, easily addicted, unorganized, procrastinator, cluttered, and often annoying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    My biggest weakness, without a doubt, would be my inability to get motivated to do just about anything and being the biggest procrastinator you could possibly imagine. I manage to have an excuse for putting everything off..sometimes I feel like life is just passing me by because of it. I'm not really accomplishing anything. I just find so many different ways of looking at things and overanalyze everything to the point i just give up.

    Or are we talking about more simple things like food, sex, drugs, etc? If so, all of the above.
    Ooo. I can relate to that.
    I'm not very good at managing time, and often procrastinate. And sometimes just not too motivated about getting things done. And i'm pretty disorganized, messy, and don't look after my own health enough.
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    Some behavioral traits I've noticed that put me at a disadvantage

    After a while in intimate relationships I become unforgiving.
    I believe people and do not question their motives.
    I lack sufficient critical thinking which I make up through an excess of skepticism.
    I am conceited and have a slight superiority complex.
    I cannot form attachments to people and things.
    I waste too much time on self indulgences.
    I never put effort into anything, but get by with the bare minimum.

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    -taking objective criticisms personally.
    -been preoccupied with my appearance.
    -stubborness and always insisting that I'm right.
    -procrasitinating when the task is unpleasant.
    -been preoccupied with my emotions and thoughts.
    -reading too much into people's actions.
    -always looking for the perfect guy and not giving a chance to those who didn't match my requirements.
    -dreams about a perfect life, but didn't work hard enough for it.
    -too soft and kind.
    -get very depressed easily when I'm alone in a crowd of strangers, wishing that I know someone here so that I can stick to him/her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Maybe the topic won't be particularly pleasant? But I tend to find relieving being able to reveal weaknesses
    I also feel that way, or at least that by controlling them myself, it is more empowering than avoiding them, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    My biggest weakness, without a doubt, would be my inability to get motivated to do just about anything and being the biggest procrastinator you could possibly imagine. I manage to have an excuse for putting everything off..sometimes I feel like life is just passing me by because of it. I'm not really accomplishing anything. I just find so many different ways of looking at things and overanalyze everything to the point i just give up.

    Or are we talking about more simple things like food, sex, drugs, etc? If so, all of the above.
    Maybe this is an ISTp thing because im exactly the same. Im so unmotivated to do anything nearly all of the time. Im always putting off everything I possibly can, never do anything unless its absolutely essential, and I can always thing of a full explaination as to why I shouldnt do something, so much so, that not only does it make me think I shouldnt bother, but I can convince other peolpe that its not a good idea either, and they cant think of anything to trump me or point out an error in my thinking, so I just end up doing nothing. Its true for everything I can think of, the line of least resistance is the path you will find me on at all times.
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    -Maintaining healthy routines (sleeping, eating, etc)
    -Exercising restraint
    -Procrastination
    -Motivation
    -Spaciness
    -Awkwardness
    -Stubbornness
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
    Therefore, it is pointless to attempt to differentiate (or list) strengths and weaknesses, without a clearly defined context.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
    Therefore, it is pointless to attempt to differentiate (or list) strengths and weaknesses, without a clearly defined context.
    No specification of context means that the context is free for you to choose, as all the others who have replied to this topic have done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
    Therefore, it is pointless to attempt to differentiate (or list) strengths and weaknesses, without a clearly defined context.
    No specification of context means that the context is free for you to choose, as all the others who have replied to this topic have done.
    Exactly, it's pointless and subjective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
    Therefore, it is pointless to attempt to differentiate (or list) strengths and weaknesses, without a clearly defined context.
    No specification of context means that the context is free for you to choose, as all the others who have replied to this topic have done.
    Exactly, it's pointless and subjective.
    Who said things have to have a point, and be objective? Indeed, my whole life has been lived without a point so far, and from a completely subjective standpoint.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    Feeling weak is lame; everything can be a strength, in the right context.
    Exactly: recognizing weaknesses, then, by your reasoning, is a strenght.
    Therefore, it is pointless to attempt to differentiate (or list) strengths and weaknesses, without a clearly defined context.
    No specification of context means that the context is free for you to choose, as all the others who have replied to this topic have done.
    Exactly, it's pointless and subjective.
    Who said things have to have a point, and be objective?
    I did! But seriously, I've cursed subjectivism on many occasions; there has to be an objective reality, and if there isn't, then there should be. IDK, I don't really want to get into the epic subjective v. objective debate right now.
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    I don't know about reality in general, I don't really care; but of course this issue can only be subjective in the sense, that if I ask one person "What do you think your biggest weaknesses are?" only he can know the answer he wants to give. Tautological, of course, and therefore true.
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    Weaknesses...

    • I find it hard to concentrate on a single thing for too long
    • Outside of work, I tend to be rather lazy
    • If ever I decide there's something I need to do, it's often a long time before I get around to doing it. This is not so much due to laziness, but rather I forget about things easily, since my mind is easily distracted
    • Social insecurity, although this is gradually improving over time
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    Quote Originally Posted by drd252
    I did! But seriously, I've cursed subjectivism on many occasions; there has to be an objective reality, and if there isn't, then there should be. IDK, I don't really want to get into the epic subjective v. objective debate right now.
    So tell me about your objective opinion on that matter - I have a powerful curiousity?
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    I also forgot to add being very selfish and very, very stubborn. I don't see these as weaknesses, actually they seem like good survival skills to me, but everyone else around me sees them as weaknesses or at least annoying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessica129
    My biggest weakness, without a doubt, would be my inability to get motivated to do just about anything and being the biggest procrastinator you could possibly imagine. I manage to have an excuse for putting everything off..sometimes I feel like life is just passing me by because of it. I'm not really accomplishing anything. I just find so many different ways of looking at things and overanalyze everything to the point i just give up.
    Story of my life.

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    my greatest weakness is that i can't speak any languages from the khmer family.

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    my biggest weakness is that I can't my other shoe...

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    - laziness
    - non-motivation
    - arrogance
    - egocentrism
    - excess
    - agressivity
    - fearfulness
    - coldness
    - narrow-mindedness
    - nervousness

    mainly inherent to my type

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    Uncommunicativeness. I don’t mind this one, it’s other people who give me problems for not being “communicative”...erm, my ma’ especially, heh.
    Other folks see it more like quietness tho.

    Temper. I’ll admit it, I’m fiery... but it doesn’t last long.

    Social ineptness. I like people but I sometimes scare them off, and my social skills are an embarrassment.

    Underlying anxiety. I really hate this one, and though I used to associate “superficial” fears to it, I’ve realized it runs deeper than that.

    and
    Lack of motivation... my biggest weakness. I’m lazy. No other word for it.
    Though if something grabs my interest I’ll become incredibly stubborn, nothing will budge me from it.
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    My opinion
    Enchained by a sense of guilt for every wrongdoing I've accumulated ever since I fell from perfection. There is no forgive or forget. Every time I go through my ever-increasing list of sins, I lose a bit of confidence in my ability to be trustworthy.

    Perfectionism. I used to push myself beyond expectations because of it; now it is a limitation on my ability to confront the things that I'm not good at. I tend to put off things until they're "perfect", but can't gauge how much is enough.

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    Inability to force others to do things, even if it's something as simple as "Memorize these words for 10 minutes". Worse: having my instructions ignored, as if I don't even exist. The weakness made teaching a very miserable experience.

    A tendency to go extra miles around a problem to find different solutions instead of confronting them head-on.

    Giving in too easily to peer pressure. I've wasted money on cosmetics because the cosmeticians kept on shoving their products at me, despite my "No, thank you"s. I often wish I had someone around to shoo them off. Or accompany me when I'm shopping and tell me if I'm spending too much on something I'll probably have no use for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Going B. Zerk
    Uncommunicativeness. I don’t mind this one, it’s other people who give me problems for not being “communicative”...erm, my ma’ especially, heh.
    Other folks see it more like quietness tho.
    I've had the same problem ; if you want to be communicative, don't fear rejection. Don't fear to say gay things because of verbal perfectionism. Don't appear too compliant at strangers. Seek respect before seeking love. Take the initiative ! :wink:

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    I am:

    Stubborn
    Bad-tempered
    Lacking in some aspects of social tact
    Physically uncoordinated
    Functioning off the concept of inertia(at rest, remain at rest, etc), which causes me to behave in extremes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLauritson
    Weaknesses...

    • I find it hard to concentrate on a single thing for too long
    • Outside of work, I tend to be rather lazy
    • If ever I decide there's something I need to do, it's often a long time before I get around to doing it. This is not so much due to laziness, but rather I forget about things easily, since my mind is easily distracted
    • Social insecurity, although this is gradually improving over time
    ditto.

    i am not that bad with self-control/denying myself things that i want. it's a good zennish feeling. i actually use it as a litmus test that tells me when i am screwing up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by raisonpure

    My mother's opinion
    "You need to stop looking at people like they've sinned against you. Or like they owe you a million dollars. You're going to make enemies with that ugly expression of yours. Will it kill you just to smile more often?"

    "What girl of your age doesn't know how to take care of their appearance? Why are you so clumsy with your hands? Why do you still go for clothes with such drab colours -- haven't you learned anything from me? How are you going to survive in the world when you can't even groom, cook, or tie a scarf properly?"

    "You need to be cheerful in a more open way instead of making extreme transitions from total severity to childishness."
    i know, well, i'd like to assume that mothers mean well when they say all these things. but, they don't have to do it when their daughters are already bombarded with messages from the media that make young girls feel insecure of their appearance.

    excuse me but... what a way of affirming your child of her worth.

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    Very attractive women.
    Especially with eyes.
    The more ESE in general, the more influence they have. The further they deviate from that, the less.

    Everything else is more completely under my control, and is just matter of concentration, and not 'conveniently forgetting' what I have already learned.
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