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Maja Triantafilou, M.A., LCPC, offers strategies for managing perfectionistic tendencies in a healthy way.
Perfectionism, in its positive form, is a healthy desire to achieve high standards, and it gives us energy to accomplish great things. In the extreme, however, it can have a negative effect on psychological health and our ability to minister effectively. Maja Triantafilou, M.A., LCPC, explores the origins and impact of perfectionist behavior and offers strategies for managing this tendency in a healthy way.
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