Nonetheless, they have found CBT to be effective in clinical practice, with the caveat that the standard, full-speed-ahead, 12-sessions-and-we're-done manualized approach to CBT as often applied to anxiety disorders and depression will not work for perfectionistic
Parsk confesses that naturally, this perfectionistic
streak bleeds into the service side of operations as well.
Pobody's odd socks tackle your Be mindful of perfectionistic
behaviours too, such as being overly thorough or cautious, repeatedly redoing things or avoiding tasks for fear of making a mistake.
When it comes to preparing and shooting a hunting bow and arrow, there is no such thing as too nitpicky or too perfectionistic
concerns will be positively associated with the three subtypes of shame that will be positively associated with TTM in both samples.
But Joanna Kempner documents how the so-called "migraine personality"--a theory of hypersensitive, repressed and perfectionistic
tendencies as the root cause of migraine--lingered in medical writing well into the 1980s.
Michelle was very passionate and perfectionistic
about her work.
Nonetheless, they have found CBT to be quite effective in clinical practice, with the caveat that the standard, full-speed-ahead, 12-sessions-and-we're done manualized approach to CBT as often applied to anxiety disorders, depression, and other CBT-amenable disorders will not work for perfectionistic
The compilation of studies covered 15 of the different definitions and ways that exist to measure perfectionism, which was expressed mainly in the following ways: placing excessive expectations on oneself; feeling the pressure from others (including parents or society at large); or holding other people to perfectionistic
self-beliefs: Their relation to personality and goal pursuit.
1) Two recent investigations indicate that perfectionistic
tendencies are indeed common among dancers.
Relationships between perfectionistic
concerns, and competitive sport level.