Self-Pity, Perfectionism and When will I Find My Destiny? Video Presentation
Posted by Second Chance to Live on July 5, 2013
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live my friend. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Thank you. In today’s article I am going to be introducing the video presentation of an article that I recently wrote and published on Second Chance to Live: Self-Pity, Perfectionism and When will I Find My Destiny?
Below is an excerpt from my article:
“Yesterday I was at a support group meeting and the topic of self pity and perfectionism was brought up for discussion. When the time came for me to share, I shared what I discovered through my experience. When I am experiencing self-pity, I forget that I have choices. Consequently, when I remember that I have choices I find myself being empowered, when things do not go as I expect.
Consequently, when things do not go the way I expect, I do not have to be stuck by those expectations.
For many years of my life I found myself stuck by trying to justify my existence by striving to be perfect. I strove for a variety of reasons. What I have learned through my experience is that learning is a process. Perfectionism is a nemesis to learning, as perfectionism dictates that I should have already mastered everything. Such awareness has empowered me to realize that learning is a process that takes place over a period of time, with out constraint.
These awareness have helped me to answer the question,’When will I find my Destiny?”
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