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Perfection Isn’t Real!

Hey Doll! 🥰

We live in a world that is constantly telling us to strive for perfection. From the way we look, to the way we act and carry ourselves, our grades in school, to our performance at work, the pressure to be flawless can be really overwhelming. But here’s the thing, PERFECTION ISN’T REAL. Nobody is perfect, and that’s okay. 🌟 Repeat!  Nobody is perfect!

Trying to be perfect all the time can actually do more harm than good to your mind, your spirits, and your day-to-day well-being. It can lead to stress, anxiety, and even depression. We shouldn’t be focusing on being perfect, but rather on being consistent and happy. Doing our best is what’s important, not being flawless. 💖

Sometimes these expectations of perfection come from people who are not perfect themselves, like our parents, or friends or our bosses, even family. It's important to remember that even those who expect perfection from you have their own flaws and imperfections.

On the other hand, when it comes from your parents, it can also be because they want you to be the better version of themselves. They care about you and want you to succeed. 🌺

So, how can we overcome this obsession with perfection? First, let go of the idea that you have to be perfect. Embrace your flaws and imperfections, they make you unique and special. Remember that everyone makes mistakes, it’s a part of being human. 💕

Second, set realistic goals for yourself. Instead of aiming for perfection, aim to do your best in everything you do. Focus on progress, not perfection. 🌈

Lastly, practice self-care. Take time for yourself, do things that make you happy and help you relax. Surround yourself with positive people who lift you up, encourage and support you. 🌸

In a world that constantly tells us to be perfect, remember that it’s okay to just be yourself. Embrace your imperfections and strive for happiness and consistency, not perfection. Remember, you are enough just the way you are. 💜

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