I’m a recovering perfectionist. Like many other areas, I don’t think I will ever be fully recovered. It will always be a process of recovering.… Read More »Perfectionism Linked with Anxiety, Depression, Worry, & Rumination
Most people know the word “ruthless.” It’s fairly commonly used. It means “having or showing no pity for others.” And “pragmatic” means “practical.” So a… Read More »The Ruthful Pragmatist: You Can Tell A Lot About a Person From the Trade-Offs They Choose
PQ 16.11 — How do I handle my own feelings of jealousy? * I’ve written quite a bit about the ways I’ve found to productively… Read More »PQ 16.11 — How do I handle my own feelings of jealousy?
I don’t know how it happened, but I seem to have become someone that is attracted primarily to ambition. Passion. Work ethic. And completely turned… Read More »A Perfectionist Circle: How I Became Attracted to Work Ethic
I’m very interested in polyamory, but one thing holds me back. I worry that it’s not possible to have multiple relationships and have them all… Read More »Polyamory Is Not for Perfectionists, But Neither Is Happiness.
A lot of people are afraid to accept mediocrity because they believe that if they accept it, they’ll never achieve anything, never improve, and that… Read More »Letting Go of a Need for Greatness Is How You Improve
“Conflict is inevitable, but combat is optional.” -Max Lucado * As I wrote in a previous post, there are worse things than conflict, including perpetually… Read More »What’s Your Conflict Style? 5 Approaches to Conflict Resolution