Character flaws : 7 chief feature Ego

The Untold Story : Sometimes its not you who are always at fault at the end of the day, but the other person. Need to satisfied much, u keep on blaming yourself in hoping the other person realize their mistake.

A chief feature is a dominant negative attitude — a defensive and potentially destructive pattern of thinking, feeling and acting.

We all have at least one. We create it during adolescence, and thereafter it manifests as a lifelong character flaw or personality defect.

We forge this bit of our personality initially as a weapon, or at least a shield, to “protect” us as we emerge into the adult world.

  1. Self-Deprecation (belittling/diminishing/undervaluing oneself)
  2. Self-Destruction (sabotaging/punishing/harming oneself)
  3. Martyrdom (reacting as if persecuted/victimised/oppressed)
  4. Stubbornness (resisting change in one’s life)
  5. Greed (selfish overindulgence, over-consumption)
  6. Arrogance (inflating/exalting/overvaluing oneself)
  7. Impatience (reacting as though being sabotaged/obstructed)
Note how they can be arranged in pairs (plus one in the middle):

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Psychology states, once you've accepted your flaws, no one can ever use them against you.

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