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  1. 8- “Let go of Perfectionism”: Improve Self Esteem in Your Family

    http://www.drlouisehart.com (8of 8) A perfectionist is someone who takes great pains, and gives them to others.

    Perfectionism is a booby trap for children and parents alike, and especially for women. Perfectionists always look for faults and failings; they never feel good enough; they end up doing the work themselves; they suffer from low self-esteem. But there is hope! Hart can help you become a "recovering perfectionist." The finale is a fun activity which can enhance well-being and good feelings in your family. There is a chapter on perfectionism in each of her books, The Winning Family, and On the Wings of Self-Esteem.

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  2. Brian Johnson review of The Gifts of Imperfection by Brené Brown

    More goodness like this: https://brianjohnson.me/membership/?ref=yt Here are some of my favorite Big Ideas from "The Gifts of Imperfection" by Brené Brown. Hope you enjoy!

    TED talks: https://www.ted.com/speakers/brene_brown Get the book: http://www.amazon.com/The-Gifts-Imperfection-Supposed-Embrace/dp/159285849X More Brené: http://brenebrown.com/

    More on PhilosophersNotes: brianjohnson.me/philosophersnotes/the-bo­oks/?ref=yt

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  3. The Gifts of Imperfection by Dr. Brené Brown

    In this special presentation, renowned research professor and author Dr. Brené Brown shares what she's learned from a decade of research on the power of authenticity. She will help viewers engage with the world from a place of courage and worthiness. We've all experienced the pressure to fit in, and the feeling that our worthiness is measured by how we look or what we earn. For many, that leads to a cycle of performing, perfecting, pleasing, and proving.

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