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    1) doesn't value their own achievements
    2) can talk, but all their conversations have themself as the subject
    3) knows what needs to be done but can never muster the energy to do it (or worse, makes excuses for it)
    4) blames their current predicament on things that happened in the past, whether they or others did it
    5) finds nothing exciting or interesting, rather, worries that others might find it pointless time-wasting
    6) treats their friends as people to depend on, rather than an improvement to their lives
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    Hi Shawn.

    Firstly, I would just like to point out that judging people from how they are, or what they do is subjective and therefor should be taken with a hint of pepper.

    For me personally this information that you have provided makes it very difficult to paint a picture of who you are trying to describe. There are a number of factors I'm trying to work out using this information:

    - what is their age
    - where they live
    - what they look like
    - what they like to do as a hobby
    - what is their favourite film

    Obviously I cannot actually gain this information from what you have provided so I will never truly know what kind of person this is.

    If we are playing the guessing game though then I would describe them as a young 18 year old male, who lives in England, 5 ft 11 brown hair, that enjoys football and loves Shawn of the Dead. They are also lacking some confidence.

    I hope this answers your question.

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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    1) doesn't value their own achievements
    Low self-esteem

    2) can talk, but all their conversations have themself as the subject
    Egotistical

    3) knows what needs to be done but can never muster the energy to do it (or worse, makes excuses for it)
    Lackadaisical

    4) blames their current predicament on things that happened in the past, whether they or others did it
    Prone to wallowing and (hence) not terribly pro-active

    5) finds nothing exciting or interesting, rather, worries that others might find it pointless time-wasting
    Overly socially affected to the point of lacking vitality

    6) treats their friends as people to depend on, rather than an improvement to their lives
    Lacking in innate self-worth and an associated sense of security
 
 
 
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