The part that, out of impulse, says no to most things.
Though I may not mean it, and it just comes out right away, it gives others an impression of me that I feel does not represent who I am, or at least who I want to be.
Usually when it happens I initially say something like "wait" and then ask more questions or give a different answer such as "it depends", but it's a habit that I am trying to gid rid of.
It goes beyond just regular answers, though, when someone asks me if I want to go somewhere or do something, my initial response, or even just my initial thought, is no. Even if i get an email or a text message, my initial response is to push it away or to deny it, its a negative response.
This is the core of what I would want to change in me, the initial negative response to things and situations.
Even though I try to correct myself as quickly as I can, and to be more open, I notice that this happens a lot, and in so many situations. It affects my decisions, my relationships, and many aspects of my life.
Other than this, I believe that some of my other "flaws" are worth keeping, as they are what help shape me and they contribute to who I am. Without them I don't know who I would be.
I could get rid of all of my current flaws, and once I am done with that process, I will discover a new set of flaws. I believe it is endless. There will always be flaws, and this is something that I accept.
Of course, there are other things I would like to reduce, but this initial negative response to things is the main thing that I believe is holding me back in many situations and areas of my life.