Do you identify with any of the following statements?
             
                   I'm an overachiever
                   I don't have time for self-care
                   People come to me when things need to get done
                   Anything less than perfect is not good enough

If so, you may be a perfectionist. Being a perfectionist eventually catches up to us. It causes frustration, disappointment and exhaustion. Even worse, it can increase our risk of mental health conditions such as depression, and anxiety and can cause physical manifestations of stress such as migraines, insomnia, stomach ulcers and heart palpitations. We have to pause and consider, what are the benefits, and what are the costs of living our life as a perfectionist? 

Are you ready to leave perfectionism in the past?

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