Things I don't tell about Myself - LBC

This is my weekly post with the Loose Bloggers Consortium (LBC) including Rummuser, Anu, Ashkok, Gaelikka, Grannymar, Conrad, Padmum, Anki, Will Knott, Maria The Silver Fox, Noor,Paul, Plain Joe, Rohit, Magpie, Delirious, and myself, where we have a Weekly topic to discuss. Please visit their blogs to get different views about this. This Friday's topic has been chosen by Gaelikka and Anu.
I'm so mad I actually missed last Friday's topic on the culture shock, too bad I was having such a hard time.

Most people will talk about the imperfections, right? The paranoid part of us that gets us feeling everyone's hatred on their way to our hearts when we mention our negative traits, no? I don't know but, I think the positive parts are the ones supposed to be hidden.
Someone once told me about a man who proposed to a girl and told her about all his flaws, literally, whether he smoked, was an easily-provoked person..everything, and then let her decide. Some people would say this is so like low self-esteem, but I actually liked what the guy did; and like they say "If you can identify your own flaws, then you've already won half the battle", or something of that sort..

If I actually tell you the things I don't tell about myself here, the contradiction here would be just perfect. So let's give a hint: I don't always talk about the things that obsess me, or the things I do excessively yet find absolutely ridiculous and lame. I don't talk about my feminine side, especially that I don't always like it. I don't talk about emotions, and not always insecurities.
I don't talk about my negativities nor posotivities, I talk about anything that would hide neither, yet reveal both.
And..Don't ask me to make sense here please :D

4 comments:

Rummuser | September 11, 2011 at 9:52 AM

Unless some provocation like this LBC posting takes place, none of us really wish to talk about ourselves unless we are egomaniacs/narcissists. Normal people are just like you and me. Reticent about themselves.

Knee | September 11, 2011 at 2:06 PM

Exactly :D I was like...what the hell am I going to talk a self I don't even like?? :D
Thank you friend =)

Grannymar | September 14, 2011 at 4:01 PM

'If I actually tell you the things I don't tell about myself here, the contradiction here would be just perfect.'

I totally agree!

Sorry for being so late in commenting this week.

padmum | September 24, 2011 at 5:38 PM

Sorry for the delay in visiting your blog. We were brought up actually not to talk about ourselves. That was called bragging or being self-centred. It was also considered de trop to talk about yourself at the least provocation especially to questions like "How are you?" or "So, what is the news?"

I agree that in a proposed marriage it is better to talk about some of your real negatives.

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