Perfectionism can be unhealthy if it limits a person's ability to achieve their goals or if other areas of life are neglected, says assistant professor of social work Sha-Rhonda Green. However, using perfectionism to overcome challenges and learn from mistakes while setting realistic expectations can bring balance, Green says.
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