Making Peace with Imperfection

Demanding perfection from oneself and others can create a life of stress, worry, and a constant sense of overwhelm. In this unique self-help book, author Elliot Cohen reveals the eleven types of perfectionists, and gives readers the tools and skills they need to move past this distressing mindset before it takes over their lives. With this essential guide for perfectionists, readers will learn to cultivate unconditional self-acceptance in an imperfect world.
ISBN10: 1684032989
ISBN13: 9781684032983
Number Of Pages: 176
Publication Date: 20190601
Publisher: NewHarbinger
Binding: Paperback
SKU: 9781684032983
€16.10
€9.66

Demanding perfection in everything you do can create a life of stress, worry, and overload. With this essential self-help guide, you’ll learn to escape the perfectionism trap and cultivate unconditional self-acceptance in an imperfect world.

Are you a perfectionist?  Do you wear this title like a badge of honor, even though it creates needless stress in your life? Ironically, the stress you create by demanding perfection from yourself and others can actually make it harder to achieve your goals in the long run. It can also alienate you from friends, family, and coworkers. So, how can you escape the perfectionism trap and start living a life of self-compassion?

In this informative and practical resource, author Elliot Cohen reveals the eleven types of perfectionism, and gives you the tools and skills you need to move past this distressing mind set before it leads to chronic stress, anxiety, anger, or even depression. Using strategies grounded in evidence-based rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), you’ll discover how your perfectionism is actually a result of irrational beliefs, learn to challenge these beliefs, and replace negative thoughts with compassionate ones.

Being a perfectionist can affect virtually every decision you make, and every action you take—leading to a life of perpetual stress. This book can help you put a stop to the absolutist thinking behind your perfectionism and take steps toward a calmer, more balanced way of being.