Perfectionism is actually a coping mechanism. As a child, I learned that when I didn’t get good grades, my parents criticized me. When I didn’t wear nice clothes, kids made fun of me. When I expressed my anger, I didn’t get what I wanted. So, I unconsciously resorted to perfectionism. I forced myself to be what other people wanted. And it worked for years—until I realized that I never felt good enough, no matter how much energy went into the never-ending quest for perfection. In this episode, discover my 5 hard-won lessons to release perfectionism and accept yourself.
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