Perfectionism Resources

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 with devastating side-effects. Depression, anger, and so many other things, generally because they’re not meeting their own unrealistic expectations. I try to focus on the process of learning and growing, and not the results or outcomes associated with perfection. Perfection indicates that you’ve arrived and have nothing left to improve. That’s just not reality. I’d let go of perfection all together. -Jason Bergman

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