"Perfectionism rarely begets perfection, or satisfaction - only disappointment" ~ Ryan Holiday
Perfectionism is the constant striving towards flawlessness and the setting of impossibly high standards and expectations, both of which are accompanied by criticism of self, and of others, when those expectations are failed to be met.
Many people view perfectionism as a positive trait, a striving to become better. However, in so striving, perfectionists tend to fail to actually achieve or finish what they set out to do because they can and never will be able to reach the impossibly high standards they've set. It's a vicious cycle and one that, when trapped in, can be difficult to break free from.
Perfectionism isn't actually about being perfect, it's about feeling perfect; something that can never be achieved when you set impossibly high standards and are highly critical of the final outcome.
Often perfectionism is used as a shield to protect against the pain of blame, judgment, or shame. It can lead to significant problems in daily life, impacting everything from our productivity and work performance to our relationships and physical health.
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