What are Oedipus' bad traits in 'Oedipus Rex'?

Emotionalism, panic and stubbornness are Oedipus' bad traits in "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles (495 B.C.E. - 405 B.C.E.).

Specifically, Oedipus evidences emotionalism when he quickly escalates conflictual interactions with Teiresias the blind prophet and his brother-in-law Creon. He expresses panic when he runs away from home and when he levels groundless accusations at a royal advisor and a royal colleague just doing their jobs. He manifests stubbornness when he refuses to back down from unfounded accusations against Creon and Teiresias.