Yeah, not exactly what I want to do either, but it is an important task for us Christians to do.
We all have weaknesses. Remembering your weaknesses sounds like putting yourself down, but that is not the purpose. We need to remember our weakness, so that we can avoid our weaknesses or strengthen ourselves against them. Just trying to forget they exist does no good.
Jesus talks about avoiding weaknesses that cause us to sin. “[I]f your right hand causes you to sin, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one of your members than to have your whole body go into Gehenna.” Our eternal life is much more important than something useful that causes us to sin in our weakness. Root it out.
We should also try to strengthen ourselves against our weakness. Now, this does not mean going headlong into battle with our weakness. Every vice has a virtue. There are ways to practice the virtue without tempting ourselves by the vice. Practicing the virtue is like going to the weight room. It’s spiritual exercise.
Sometimes, building up other virtues gives us the strength to use the others. Always remember a spiritual weapon for a spiritual fight. Prayer is key. We are all fallen and have weaknesses. They do not define us. God wants to help us overcome them, and we can with His help.
A list of the seven virtues: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_virtues