#5 I AM A RECOVERING PERFECTIONIST

I for a long time believed that in order to be successful/loved/respected I had to be perfect in my everything.. Appearance, posture, dance, dance & more dance; to may family, to my friends, actually to anyone & in any situation.

The disappointment that this expectation created for me was immense/intense/destructive.

It has taken until my 44th year to realise it doesn’t have to be  perfect to anyone, any of the time. I used to think it was important to be doing all of the things all of the things of the time. I’m practicing to doing some of the things all of the time. I’m working with love & compassion in those moments & moving forward from there.

Sounds good right.. ? I’ve been digging in hard for a while now & wondered why nothing was changing – the secret –> I needed to change my inside dialogue in relation to my perceived outcome.. exercise/diet/family/business/recreation/relaxation… –> Life Style

And still I’m learning to be less attached to the outcome & be more in the moment & then catch up the other stuff another time, maybe.

“I am good enough. I have what it takes to get the job done. I consciously choose like minded people to be with/learn from/and grow with..”

You are my tribe x

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