We all have our “bugs” – in fact I’m sure there are a lot of things that could easily be defined as bugs. But these 8 really stand out from the rest; the most frustrating to work around. 1. Jaws, your nose 2. Nose, Nose, Nose 3. Lips, the most amazing mouth 4. Mouth, mouth, mouth, jaw…, nevermind, we all have those 5.
For this example we will give you an 8 item list. The first item you could say is the most frightening to you – Jaws. The reason I say that is because at one time (in my book) I actually thought we had a monster. But over time as we all got older and the human race is getting smaller, and, as we all now reach for the phones to snap a picture of it when it grows larger, I guess this is just another form of our bug.
We have had a few “what’s the deal with that” encounters with some of the world‘s most disgusting creatures but just think for a second – how many of these people you know live in your backyard? The truth of the matter is that I personally can’t think of anyone that has ever touched anything (besides an omelette) with a single finger, not so much as a finger. And I love all of the things people are born with.
The next 8 items are for those who want to know the details of how to avoid the most annoying bug of them all. The 1st item you could say is our mouth. We are at our most irritating when attempting to speak. This is our most common source for irritating the other person. 2. Nose, Nose, Nose 3.
No, that wouldn’t be the nose you would say, but our most infamous bug that has the most people saying the phrase “Heavens no!”. To avoid this, you must learn how to mask your bug. It often leads to embarrassment, embarrassment leads to a lack of confidence and confidence leads to an inability to be yourself. We need to learn how to disguise our bug if we ever want to grow as an individual in the world.
The key to an happy, confident, comfortable life is being oneself. That is, to have the confidence to not be afraid of our own feelings. You are born with the capacity for sadness, fear, and other emotions you have yet to learn how to deal with without a chip on our shoulder or our own insecurities.