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What weaknesses of yours have turned into strengths?

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A Twitter thread asks users what they hated about themselves as kids ... and how it's helped them today.

The imperfections we seek to hide away when we’re younger sometimes turn out to be the key to our happiness later.

Earlier this week, writer Ashley C. Ford posed a question to her Twitter followers: “What’s something you hated about yourself as a kid or teenager that you now consider a strength?”

From personality quirks to mental illness, her followers responded with all their weaknesses-turned-strengths.

What’s a weakness of yours that turned out to be a strength?

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