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5 Reasons Why You Should Stop Stressing Over Being Perfect

Stress leads to poor health and performance, so it’s really no wonder so many people try to live their lives by being perfect at everything they do. It’s certainly understandable—who doesn’t want to be the best at what they do? But, you can’t be perfect at all of your endeavours, especially with regards to having a happy life. Here are five reasons why you should stop stressing over being perfect, and instead just enjoy yourself as much as possible while striving to achieve the goals you set out for yourself in life.

1) It’s unattainable

It’s unattainable. It’s unrealistic. It’s downright impossible. This is the life we’re living, and it’s just not the right one for us, but we’re doing everything in our power to be perfect and make things work- when really all that should matter is being happy. Here are five reasons why you should stop stressing over being perfect and just live a happier life: 1) You’ll get more sleep; 2) You’ll feel less stressed; 3) You’ll be able to focus on what matters most in your life; 4) Your relationships will improve; 5) Your self esteem will go up because you know you’re worth it.

2) You’re setting yourself up for disappointment

The world is not perfect and you are not perfect. So stop trying to be. Embrace your quirks, let go of the things that don’t matter, and focus on what does: living a life worth living. Here are five reasons why you should quit stressing over being perfect:
1) You set yourself up for disappointment by expecting perfection from yourself and others
2) It’s draining, both physically and mentally
3) If everyone else is doing it why can’t you?

3) It takes away from your happiness

We’ve all been there. There’s an event coming up and we just can’t decide which outfit to wear, or what to say, or how to act. We stress over what other people might think of us and not just who we are inside. It’s time to stop being so perfect in every situation and let go of the idea that life is going to be better once you get it together. Here are five reasons why you should stop stressing over being perfect:
-It takes away from your happiness -You’re never satisfied with anything -It stresses others out -It can be unhealthy for your mental health -It doesn’t make you a better person

4) It takes away from enjoying life’s little moments

It’s all too easy to get caught up in what other people think of you and to feel the need to impress them. But when you worry about impressing others, it can take away from the enjoyment of life’s little moments. So why not make peace with your imperfections, and stop trying so hard? Here are five reasons why you should stop stressing over being perfect 1) You’ll be happier: When you’re focused on living a happy life instead of striving for a perfect one, you’re able to enjoy more experiences in life. 2) Your relationships will improve: The pressure that comes from wanting to be perfect can strain relationships – both personal and professional – but once you let go, those relationships will flourish again. 3) Life will seem less stressful: There’s something liberating about giving up perfectionism because then there’s no more need for worrying or feeling guilty. 4) Your self-esteem will improve: If people tell you that they like you as is, they might just mean it! And if they don’t like who you really are deep down inside, then maybe that person isn’t worth your time anyway.

5) You’re not giving yourself credit where it’s due

When we’re constantly trying to be perfect, we often forget about the credit we should be giving ourselves. It’s easy to turn a blind eye to our accomplishments and focus on the things that didn’t go as planned. Instead, try giving yourself credit for all of the hard work you do each day. Doing this will help you see your success and feel better about your life in general.
1) You’re not being realistic
2) It’s tiring
3) It puts pressure on relationships
4) The results are never what they seem like they’ll be
5) It makes you unhappy

Dr. Sajeev Dev
Dr. Sajeev Dev
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