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|“I need to do things perfectly.” “Every time, all the time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I |
should never lose,” said Chris Evert-Lloyd. In this case, you may stop even before
you start. Because you will settle for nothing less than perfection, you make the ...
|Every time — all the time — I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose. — Chris |
Evert l^is attitude got Chris Evert to the top of the world of women's tennis, kept
her there, and made her a legend. But in all her years of tennis, she did lose,
|—Miguel De Cervantes ○ “I need to do things perfectly.” □ “Every time, all the |
time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose.” —Chris Evert-Lloyd You stop
even before you start. Because you will settle for nothing less than perfection, you
|Every time, all the time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose. - Evert, Chris |
When you aim for perfection, you discover it's a moving target. - Fisher, Geoffrey F
. Perfection is the child of time. - Hall, Joseph No one ever approaches ...
|I'm not blaming him. I know it was our ... So after a little bit of time apart, he |
decided that enough was enough and we should stop seeing each other. No one
has ever made me feel so horrible in my life. How could anyone be so ... In fact,
what we shared and lost, most relationships will probably never experience. I've
never been in ... sharing the fact that I have perfectionist tendencies. There was a
|Perfectionists rarely experience satisfaction because they perceive their efforts as |
never good enough. A reader once ... I get an overwhelming feeling that if! don't
get that one thing resolved, nothing else will come together." In her mind, she ...
|The job goes to someone else, the spouse decides to leave, or the pounds keep |
piling on (if you can't decide to ... Indecision sometimes works to avoid the heavy
feeling of responsibility and “decision-fatigue,” but usually the ... As adults, we still
have a tendency at times to conform (“be an angel”) and at other times to rebel (“I
don't know what got into me!”). ... perfectionism. Another kind of roller-coaster is
all-or-none thinking. When we are following a plan, we want to do it all the way.
|I have been plagued all my life by self-consciousness born of perfectionism. ... |
But I've never stopped feeling like an imposter. ... But when I'm in circumstances
that ignite my all-consuming bashfulness, my mind's eye can see only me, and I
lose sight of others ... 1 SUPPOSE THERE was a time when Peter and I thought
of each other's comfort, certainly when we were in the early stages of dizzy love.
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|1976–9 'The magic never fails. Each birthday when we meet you draw me back |
through the years & neither your eyes nor time nor memory dim. ... I'm always
rather dramatic about things I do know. ... Her salary was £10,000 a year, and
she would get two-thirds of that on retiring at sixty-five. ... Penguin was losing its
identity, Kaye told Rose: 'I firmly believe that a company's ultimate reputation is
built up on the shape of the list, and the odd bestsellers simply don't give it its