Find your perfect balance!
Perfectionism is an admirable quality, right? After all, what's wrong with working hard to reach lofty goals? But sometimes perfectionism can go too far--well beyond pulling extra hours at work to beat a deadline or cleaning the house until it shines. Toxic perfectionism can result in obsessive behavior, damaged self-esteem, depression, and even physical ailments.
In The Everything Guide to Coping with Perfectionism
, you'll find tips and techniques to help you recognize symptoms of toxic perfectionism and learn how to introduce flexibility and balance into your life.
This easy-to-use guide includes information on:
- The surprising link between perfectionism and procrastination
- Eating disorders and the role perfectionism plays in their development
- The relationship between obsessive behavior and anxiety
- How toxic perfectionism manifests in children
In addition, you'll learn that you don't necessarily need to "fix" perfectionism--you can mold perfectionist behavior into healthy habits and harness your high ambitions to create achievable and positive goals.