Flaws and Positives

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diaperedteenager

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What are your flaws and positives and have they influenced your life for the better or worse?

Name: Diaperedteenager

Positive: Entrepreneurial
Positve: Hardworking
Positive: Scholary

Flaw: Pompus
Flaw: Cheapskate
Flaw: Shy

IMO the positives have given me the ability to find markets and expose them to make me richer. Scholary gave me the ability to be considered one of the most brilliant history minds in my school.

My flaws have not worked for the better for me. My pompusness has givin me favor with the upper class in my town, but my shyness has drawn away from my ability ot socialize.

How about all of you?
 

Chillhouse

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Positive: Laid-back, optimistic, confident, funny

Flaws: I'm too humble
 

mirrored

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Positive: Intelligent
Positve: Creative
Positive: Witty

Flaw: Lazyness
Flaw: The inability to take life seriously
Flaw: Procrastination

I got a good mind and I love to think, I just can't get motivated to get things done.
Fine with that really.
 
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Positive: Smart
Positive: Creative
Positive: Nice

Flaw: Shy
Flaw: Procrastinator
Flaw: Can be blunt

My positives help in school, but my flaws hurt my social life and make it hard to get work done.
 

Diapered Rabbit

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Positive: Genuis/Creative/Ingenious - Think outside the box
Positive: Highly Empathetic - Deeply care about people
Positive: Humorous/Witty - Can see humor in almost everything

Flaw: Distracted/Unable to focus - Fail to complete things
Flaw: Too Howdy-Doody about life - don't take life seriously
Flaw: Procrastination - I'll explain that later
Flaw: Authority - pisses me off due to capricious unilateral action

:bunny:Wow! They didn't have ADD/ADHD when I was in public school, you were either a fuck-up or not. Almost committed suicide and dropped out of High School. Just barely graduated (1.47 GPA).

Started College with Major in Graphics/ Commercial Art 3.97 GPA after the first year.

After submitting all of the required competitive scholarship materials to the local (Olympia, Washington) Rotary Club including a paper on why I wanted to pursue Brain Studies in Sweden. I was selected as a national finalist and finally winner and was subsequently offered a four year, full ride Rotary International Scholarship to University of Stockholm (Sweden) 1n 1973. Turned it down because I was sure I would fail. They gave the scholarship to the runner-up.

Paid my own way to attend Central Washington University instead. Transfered to University with a Major in Special Education (maintained 3.91GPA in major) and completed 230 credits by time I got BA in Education.

Shot myself in the foot though because I took every graduate class in my major read: Masters Degree before I was awarded BA. Scored over the top in my Millers Analogies Test, CBEST and GRE. (Finished the GRE with only 2 hours sleep). Special Education Department head wanted me to be youngest PhD in Department (27 years) and teaching at the University.

My church wanted me to pastor a Church in Hood River. Never got my PhD. Lead worship. Wrote music. Learned to play numerous instruments. Built several guitars, mandolins and basses. Restored and remodeled houses. Did gorgeous custom tile work. Collected guns (sold them all) then collected musical instruments. Some of you saw a partial list of my collection (still have and play all of them). Lived long enough to hold my first Granddaughter and first Grandson.

Bounced around from Teaching, Mental Health, Social Work and Human Services for my 32 year career. Had on going issues with the IRS. Never went to jail or was involved in a law suit (except my divorce). Only managed to accrue 10 years total retirement contributions. Went for 7 years with no insurance, no benefits (until this year, 2009).

Everything I inherited from my parents early death was lost to my ex in my ugly divorce. But am I bitter? Am I Bitter? Of course not -because I'm Howdy Doody and I'm still alive and all that jazz!

I bought a truck in 2002, still haven't transfered the title. So many fricking details to life. Will probably get around to that when I'm ready to sell it.

Take a long look young-uns, you don't want to end up like ol' DR. The best thing I got going is I finally found my soul mate - my doe bunny and that has made all the difference. Five wonderful years so far!:bunny:

P.S. Eliminate the Negative. Accentuate the Positive. Don't Mess with Mr. In-between, No don't mess with Mr. In-between!
 
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Positive: Great Actor
Positive: great at strategy I guess

Flaws: everything else, the only reason why I seem like the smartest one in all of my classes is because I go to a special Ed school. I'm weird, the kind of person most people probably think of at first sight is someone they never wanna hang with.
 

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Hmm I've thought for a while what I would say. I can't really come up with anything.

I'm not perfect but allot of my flaws also tap into my positives.

But my biggest flaw is my spelling

My biggest positives: I'm able to see things most people miss, or think I dont see. I can read people very easly
 

Maxicoon

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Positive: Artistic
Positive: Smart

Flaw: painfully shy
Flaw: addictive personality
Flaw: far too blunt
Flaw: way too innocent for my age
Flaw: lacking any real social skill
Flaw: obsessive


A lot of it is related to my Aspergers but still.
 
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Positive: Artistic
Positive: Smart

Flaw: painfully shy
Flaw: addictive personality
Flaw: far too blunt
Flaw: way too innocent for my age
Flaw: lacking any real social skill
Flaw: obsessive

On second thought, I think this sums me up as well. By the way, I think really you're nice and I'm sure you have alot of other positives! *huggles*
 
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Falkio

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Positive: Intelligent
Positive: Scholarly
Positive: Thoughtful
Positive: Determined

Negative: Obsessive
Negative: Shy
Negative: Easily addicted
Negative: Physically weak

Other: Very large build. Not a blessing for an ABDL.

Summary of my lifestyle:

Most of my existence revolves around academics. I barely have time to enjoy myself anymore. When not nose deep in a textbook, I’m out embracing adult responsibilities. That means looking for a job, talking to recruiters, researching schools, exercising, or doing something for Boy Scouts. It sucks. I’m tired of being pushed so hard. I have a GPA of 3.8 at the community college and 25 units towards an AA – but I’m not even 18. I’m destined to attend a good school to study Pharmacology. Success here is my ultimate goal. I want to become a Pharmacist, despite the toil of the coursework. So in a sense, all the parental “encouragement” is doing me good. I will be more prepared for the real word.

While I have discipline, I lack resistance to certain behaviors. It leads me to become addicted or obsessed. When I take an interest in something, it usually gets my undivided attention, even when it is not particularly healthy. Be it video games, sugar, diapers, or talking to friends. This may become a problem. I cannot allow it to interfere with my professional life. I admit, complete separation of fantasy and reality would do wonders for my social life, too.

I have you guys though, right? RIGHT!!

:grouphug:
 
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