For the most part, people aren't stupid and intimately know the things they're either super self-conscious about or the "Perfect Personal Gifts" that others might find annoying. So why spend the energy (negative) fixating on them and looking for more? We need to eliminate judging people based on their so called personality or physical "flaws" and remember that sometimes we can be our own worst critics. True, isn't it? I'll admit it, I'm guilty of sometimes being super self-conscious about certain "Perfect Personal Gifts" I possess, but I can honestly say that I always look (and find) the good in people and I don't go looking for unnoticed "Perfect Personal Gifts."
If everyone in the world spent all their time trying to notice "flaws" in other people, then I'd be willing to bet that no one in this world would have a partner of any kind. However, the entire blame for this can't be solely placed on an individual considering that the "lamestream media, the music industry, television and the fashion industry" have a great influence on trying to convince the masses of "What and How" they should look, dress, walk and talk. To not conform is to exasperate your "Perfect Personal Gifts" and be ridiculed because you were "noticed."
The next time you notice a "Perfect Personal Gift" of a partner, friend or even yourself, remind yourself not to dwell on it, remove the thought or just accept the fact that that's what makes them unique and perfect.