Is your biggest insecurity physical or emotional/mental?
Not having wings or being able to fly, I hate being close to the edge up high enough to make a crater if I fall. I guess that's physical.
I have a skin disease called Rosacea. It turns your cheeks red so it appears that I'm always blushing.
Physical. My left leg has only about 50% of it's original strength (if that), but I'm not going to complain because it could be much worse.
My biggest insecurity is me being introverted. I've been getting more social, but I'm still not an extrovert.
I'm also an introvert but totally content and happy about it.
It means I don't get any drama.
I think our culture unnecessarily elevates being an extrovert. Sure, it's good to be social, but there are many benefits to being an introvert. A lot of history's greatest minds were introverts. Introversion allows for levels of reflection and introspection that are not as easily attained by extroverts.
I fully agree. Iv noticed how on the major tv shows all the extroverts are nice and popular, and the introverts are the losers with no friends.
Physically I'm good. Mentally, I have Asperger's and ADHD, but I've made my peace with it. I'd say neither. Insecurity isn't one of my problems.
Right now I'm manic bipolar and I have troubles talking to friends and I don't have the energy to do the things I love sometimes. Kinda sucks lol
Algophobia. Fear of pain.