Perfectionism can be both helpful and harmful. It can lead to great achievements but also negatively affect relationships, well-being, and self-esteem.
If you’d like to overcome your perfectionism, try to:
- Set realistic goals.
- Pick up a new hobby or interest.
- Practice mindfulness.
- Adopt a growth mindset.
And last but not least. A therapist specializing in cognitive-behavioural therapy can help identify negative thinking patterns, plan for the future, foster self-acceptance, and develop empathy and self-compassion.
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Source: Verywell Health