Is it time to retire your inner Perfectionist?
Discover more about perfectionism, how it might be keeping you stuck and unhappy and what you can start doing to cultivate a stronger and more effective mindset.
FIND OUT YOUR PERFECTIONISM SCORE
Does motherhood sometimes feel like a hard and lonely road? Perhaps your perfectionism making it harder for you?
Instead of helping you perform better, perfectionism is more likely to be hindering your ability to parent effectively and harming your closest relationships. It may even be impacting your health, preventing you from stepping up at work and affecting your children’s development and happiness.
If you haven’t already done the quiz, answer these quick questions to find out where you are on the perfectionist spectrum.
CONNECT WITH OTHERS LIKE YOU
Join our supportive Facebook Group The Perfectionist Mother HQ. Share your struggles, worries and questions in a safe group. Get answers, articles, videos, stories and a sense of community as we help each other to be the parents our children need us to be. You don’t have to do this on your own.
Coming Soon…the Resilient Mother MeetUp. With a different theme each month we navigate the various elements of perfectionism, how they affect us as mothers, and how we can change our unhelpful habits.
Check out my blog articles on different aspects of perfectionism and how to change.
If you like reading for knowledge, for understanding more about yourself and to learn about living in a balanced, calm, confident and productive way, a good place to start is with my recommend reading list.
SELF-DOUBT BUSTER ONLINE COURSE
Calm your inner critic, get rid of your self doubt and start building lasting inner calm and confidence.
Includes videos and worksheets.
Daily exercises to practice.
Learn the secret to what is really holding you back.
“I really enjoyed your exercises. They helped me to slow down. Be more mindful. Challenge the voice of doom and despair and feel more able to change.”
HI, MY NAME IS THEA AND I AM JUST LIKE YOU...
As a recovering perfectionist and mother of three, I know the challenges of striving to be The Perfect Mum. It’s hard, demoralising work at times. But if we decide to be our own best friends instead of our harshest critic, and if we embrace who we are (with all our flaws – eek!) instead of who we think we should be, we can be amazing parents to our precious children. Believe me – if I can change, anyone can.
“Thank you so much for unblocking my path to wealth.”
NADINA WALLIS, NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AND COACH.
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