Two Faces of Perfectionism | Psychology Today | MBtI |

On the surface, striving for perfection in the things we do is a good thing. It helps us plan, organize, strategize and achievegoals. But there is a flip side to perfectionism that can harm children and teens as they journey through their school years.


How should parents and educators help kids understand their perfectionist tendencies so that doing their best doesn’t drag them down? 


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