Perfectionist struggle with being unable to control a situation, Brenda Gargus suggests tha...
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... from their mistakes rather than allow a perfectionist mind set take over the result is a confident cheerful adult whose censor is able to show them the good things about themselves rather than focusing on the bad.
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