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The Perfectionist

The Perfectionist

You have a compulsion to finish tasks to your satisfaction and you feel that no rushed job can be a good job.

Solution: perfectionism can be a good thing but when it comes at the expense of everything else and creates strong anxiety and unhappiness it becomes a problem that needs to be dealt with.

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