You’ve worked really hard to get to where you are, but the good life that you imagined waiting for you, still feels out of reach. Life now feels like you’re auto-piloting through a never-ending checklist of goals to meet.
Perfectionism often has a way of making you feel like you haven’t done enough, that you aren’t enough, or “should” be farther along than where you are now. Yet, it never lets you ask yourself, “If fear of failure was out of the picture, what do I really want most out of life?”
Here are some of the faces of Perfectionism:
• When you place a lot of pressure on yourself in an academic setting or work field where high productivity is praised and anything less is considered mediocre.
• When you often feel like you “should” know more than you do right now, or you overanalyze how things could have gone better that you underestimate the things that actually went well.
• When you’re constantly comparing yourself to others, and experience imposter syndrome.
• When you live by the expectations and pressures of being a first generation success, and have difficulty prioritizing care of yourself over what you believe to be obligations to others.
Trust me, I’ve been there and can show you the way through…
First, we’ll uncover the many sprinkles of perfectionism that’s helped kick your “hard work mode” into gear, through anxieties that others have unknowingly pat you on the back for having. Then, we’ll explore the kind of thoughts that interrupt your sense of ease during the day.
We’ll also explore how you spend your days, whether or not you feel socially connected to others, and if you can imagine a world where work and play can equally co-exist without damage. Lastly, I’ll help you learn how to cultivate self-care into your day without feeling guilty about it, because when you find yourself “too busy” to enjoy life and are becoming very physically and emotionally exhausted, your body is likely telling you that something has to change.
Contact me below, so I can help you put down the juggling balls. You deserve to experience relief and to find balance.