character flaws

Character Flaws

Whether your story is long or short, you want to give your main character(s) some personality traits, but not all of them can be positive or perfect. Your characters should have flaws to make them come across to the general public as real people. Below you find a list of character flaws to use in your writing. absent-minded emo nervous shallow abusive envious noisy shy acts superior erratic non-violent smart-ass addict evil nosey sneaky aimless fickle obnoxious solemn alcoholic fierce obsessive sore loser anarchist finicky offended easily spaz angsty flirt oppressor spineless anxious forgetful outsider spiteful arrogant gluttonous overambitious spoiled assertive greedy overconfident squeamish attitude gruff overdramatic stereotypical audacious gullible overemotional stubborn avoids problems hedonistic overprotective superstitious big mouth holds

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character traits

Character Traits

Every person on the face of this earth has positive and negative character traits and so should the characters in your story. Below you find positive and negative character traits to use in your writing. As always, make sure you consult a dictionary when you don’t know whether a word means what you think it does! Tip: Use positive character traits to find negative ones and vice versa. Positive accessible educated lovable responsible adaptable efficient loving responsive adventurous eloquent loyal romantic affable empathetic magnanimous scrupulous affectionate encouraging mature secure agreeable energetic meticulous self-confident ambitious enthusiastic moderate delf-disciplined amicable exuberant modest selfless amusing fair neat sensible articulate faithful non-authoritarian sensitive balanced fearless obedient shy benevolent firm objective sincere brave flexible open

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