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Perfectionism Resources

Erin Bailey

I LOVE GROWTH MINDSET!!!! When I first discovered the research of Carol Dweck, I was shocked to find out I had a fixed mindset, which is why I beat myself […]

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Jason Bergman

I think any method can lead to perfectionism. Your expectations and the way you evaluate are probably the most important ways to counter it. As a teacher, praise growth, genuine […]

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Nathan Hofheins

Overall, I would recommend the book “Effortless Mastery” by Kenny Werner.  He is a renowned jazz pianist and addresses this very thing in detail.  Self-talk/criticism is the plague of our […]

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Louisa Porter

I recently read an article about the perfectionist attitude and learning to let it go. It talked all about how we often treat ourselves as a coin, consisting of two […]

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Rob Dunn

If you think about it, the Atonement is based on failure--that is, there is an expectation that each of us will fail in our lives.  The plan is that we […]

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Lawrence Green

Absolutely!  My teacher Carolos Barbosa-Lima said, "the quest for excellence is good, but the quest for perfection is neurotic".  Do the best you can. -Lawrence Green

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Erin Bailey

Officially, there’s adaptive and maladaptive perfectionism. Adaptive perfectionism is characterized as a normal, healthy type of perfectionism and is defined by deriving satisfaction from achievements made from intense effort but […]

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Jason Bergman

For me, I don’t see anything healthy about it. Seeking perfectionism can help us to achieve a lot and be successful; however, in my experience, most folks usually end up […]

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Mark Ammons

One of the most challenging teachings of Jesus Christ for those who have chosen the path of discipleship is found in the Sermon on the Mount when Jesus, as recorded […]

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