100 Posters 100 Days | Day 73
"Perfectionism is self abuse of the highest order." - Anne Wilson Schaef. Being a self proclaimed perfectionist it is often easy to get caught up in it all and forget that there really is no such thing as perfection. It is always good to strive for the best, but when it interferes with how you treat yourself and others - you need to re-examine how much this "perfection" is really worth.
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I am...yep, yep, yep! (These are things that when reinforced over and over in a childs life actually help enable them to make better choices. Love being the root that the rest can grow from).
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I Am Enough - PositiveMed
I am enough. You are enough. If I could teach today’s young people one thing, it would be, that you are enough, every day, the way you are. You are loved from the top of head to the tips of your toes. You are an incredible creation, enjoy your own beauty.
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