Self-awareness is a strong and admirable quality which far too few people have.

Particularly as those who are truly self-aware are often willing and able to admit when they're wrong, or if there is something about their personality which could, and probably should, be changed.

Truth be told, it doesn't take a great deal of self-awareness to realize and acknowledge your less than admirable traits.

More than likely, these are the things about ourselves that we've likely hoped we might change for a very long time.

Redditor sound-hub was eager to hear people share their least admirable qualities, leading them to ask:

"What's one bad trait about you?"


Give people some closure!

"I never finish the things that I"- BadAndNationwide

I just can't stop

"Having an addictive personality."

"If there's an activity or substance that triggers dopamine release, I'll probably take it to an extreme."- DeathSpiral321

I don't want to get out of bed..

"My laziness will be the death of me."- A_R_K_S

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I can't, I'll never be able to...

"Pessimism and lack of confidence."- Iamnothuman77

"I lack confidence."

"I constantly try to get reassurance or double checks on my decisions before making them."

"It has helped me to avoid making certain mistakes but I feel like if I was more confident in myself, I'd be better off."- HumbleOwl

I don't need the help, so stop asking!

"I’m too prideful."

"I don’t ask for help when I need it and make myself miserable powering through a sh*tty task or situation."

"It’s a problem."

"I’m trying to break myself of it."- like5or6

Hurry Up!!!

"I got no patience.. non.. nada."- shine_hunter

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Do you think they'll like it? Oh I hope they do...

"I’m too much of a people pleaser."- Positive-Help6449

I'd rather not say...

"I don’t talk."- TheCowOfArdonia

I'm kidding!

"I use sarcasm too often."- The_StankyBoot

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It's brave to admit the things about yourself that could be improved.

But it's important that this is how you feel, and not how others perceive you.

Only then should you even begin to think about changing any part of yourself.


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