I don't hate anything about myself. Like everyone else, I have areas that are flawed, but flaws are what make us who we are. I write and I discovered long ago that nobody enjoys stories about perfect people. It's the quirks, the oddities that make a character interesting. That doesn't mean that I don't work on my negative aspects but it does mean that I value myself as highly as I do anyone else and I'm nice to me.
A student said to his master: "You teach me fighting, but you talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?" The master replied: "It is better to be a warrior in a garden than to be a gardener in a war." - unknown/Chinese
It's actually not very admirable. For enneagram 4's it can be a real problem, identifying with your flaws. Thinking that they make you special. I try not to identify, I pat them on the head like they're adorable little monsters.
Don't get rid of your awkward stuff, that's the best stuff!
There are a lot of things, within myself and outside of myself, that I could easily hate, and that are worthy of hating. Most of them I try to put out of my mind because there's no point in getting myself worked up over things I can't change. I wasn't sure if I even wanted to post in here, at first, because of that. But I thought about it a bit, and I think I can group all the various traits into three categories: