1. I like my facial structure--specifically my the way my teeth resemble a predatory grin, a wide drunken salute, and an old, white-washed house that's tumbling against itself, all at the same time. 2. I'm proud that I have a high emotional and empathetic capacity that I keep open. 3. I'm glad that I'm willing to explore my feelings and I always try to articulate them for other people. 4. I like that I've always been interested in other people and I feel great whenever I have a good conversation with someone. 5. I absolutely fell in love with the early twentieth century feminist, journalist, expatriate writer, Louise Bryant, and I feel great whenever I tell people about her. 6. I love my sense of adventure and exploration, both internally and externally. 7. I like my character flaws--they remind me of the people I'd like to be. 8. I'm glad I was open enough to explore suicide, devoted my time to let my depression and grief express itself, and I'm glad I didn't kill myself. 9. I like singing. I'm glad I'm not afraid of embarrassing myself. 10. I'm artistic in both written works as well as composing policy suggestions and little inventions. I like that about myself. It's neat. What are yours?