Perfectionism can be a blessing or a curse. It can become a painful, inescapable trap. Its self-sabotaging side effects undermine our goals and creativity and spill over onto our co-workers and loved ones, damaging our relationships. At worse, it can be dehumanizing and compromise our ability to feel love and experience joy.
Fortunately, it’s possible to beat perfectionism! Learn about different types of perfectionists, from positive perfectionists to negative, and how relationships are affected… See my interview :
Darlene Lancer is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, author of Codependency for Dummies, and Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps to Freeing the True You. She’s an expert in relationships, codependency, and addiction, having worked with individuals and couples for 27 years. She maintains private practice in Santa Monica, CA and coaches internationally. For more information, see to receive a FREE Report, “14 Tips for Letting Go,” and find links to her books and ebooks, including: “Dealing with a Narcissist,” “How to Speak Your Mind – Become Assertive and Set Limits,””I´m Not Perfect-I´m Only Human”- How to Beat Perfectionism and “10 Steps to Self-Esteem: The Ultimate Guide to Stop Self-Criticism.” Watch her Youtube, “Codependency: What It Is and What It Feels Like.”
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