Perfectionism does not give happiness. Obsession with perfection is like trying to run into the sea or swim in the desert. This quote from an anonymous writer categorically states that human beings can not reach perfection in any area of life. We are people and we have our faults and our virtues that make us distinct from each other. These details form our personality, with which we will have to live together until the day we die.
Perfectionism makes you unhappy
It is normal for the workplace to always reach perfection, to give it a more serious and professional impression. However, if we transfer this attitude to even the simplest and most human areas of our lives, we will get more worries than normal and we will be unhappy. There is no other remedy to live with some aspects of our life that we do not like and accept them with a certain degree of optimism.
It is supposed that everyone wants to be happy in their life. W ith perfectionism, we will get exactly the opposite. We are not omnipotent and we do not have a magic wand with which we can change the world as we please. This is why it is very important not to be obsessed with always wanting to do everything perfectly because on many occasions it will be impossible to do it. In most cases, being a perfectionist only makes sure that self-esteem
Perfectionism know the limits and set goals
How can one stop being a perfectionist person? It’s very simple. First of all, we must acknowledge that the most absolute and complete perfection can not be achieved. Then, know yourself well, to know what are your strengths and what are the weak points. If everyone knew how to do anything perfectly the world would be too boring and monotonous?
At the same time, it is not even possible to do everything and always satisfy others. For this reason, try to put limits on people, give priority to those who truly deserve your efforts, and sometimes try to think only of yourself. In this way, you are sure that you will get happiness much easier and you can finally enjoy life, with all the wonderful moments it offers.
This post was published on March 8, 2019 8:26 pm