Amanda Ruggeri examines the dangers of perfectionism.
In one of my earlier memories, I was drawing. I cannot recall what the picture was supposed to be but I remember the mistake. My marker slipped, an unintentional line appeared and my lip trembled. The picture has long since disappeared, but that feeling of deep frustration has stayed with me. More often than I would like to admit, something inconsequential will trigger the same unyielding quest to be perfect.
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