seven. Here is a reminder of them:

A proud person does not recognise their mistakes and does not accept to be rebuked. They do everything to not be rebuked, and apparently itís because they donít want to displease or disappoint anyone but in reality, they donít want to go through the humiliation of being disciplined.
A proud person does not ask for help. But when they ask it is usually too late, because they resisted until there was no hope. And by this time, usually she has already made the wrong choice. Sinned against God and even separated from her husband.
A proud person does not ask for forgiveness. They may even regret it, but are unable to expose their repentance, because itís humiliating for them; they prefer to pretend that nothing happened.
A proud person does not submit easily. They may be submissive but only to those who have authority over them. Many wives do not accept to submit to their husbands, daughters donít accept to submit to their parents, young people donít accept to submit to their elders, newbies donít accept to submit to the most experienced.
A proud person likes their independence; in fact, they hate relying on others. They like to do everything on their own, so that they donít have to say that they needed someoneís help. They are independent even from God, they donít pray or seek Him, they think they are self-sufficient.
A proud person wants everything their way because they think they know whatís best, they understand whatís best, and know whatís best. They donít want to know Godís will and sometimes insist that theyíre ďusing their faithĒ and they know what they are doing. And when they donít receive what they asked God for, they revolt against Him as if God were in the wrong.
A proud person likes to give their opinion about everything, they donít like to take nonsense from anybody, and they donít hesitate confronting someone to say what they think is right.
Cristiane Cardoso