That is a loaded topic.
Especially, if you are busy professional women attempting to do it all.
After all, every woman knows that if she does everything right and is perfect in all ways that she will be deserving of love and receive the love she desires.
Being perfect won’t get you loved.
In actuality, trying to be perfect makes you irritable. It makes it hard for different people to be around you. And that makes you one of the most troublesome people to love.
So, stop trying for perfection!
Instead, adopt your imperfections.
To adopt and love your glorious imperfections you have to first understand what is driving your strive for perfection.
As women, generally speaking, and busy professional women especially, the number one fear that drives our effort for perfection is the fear of not being good enough.
The judgment from the others of not being good enough as a:
The judgment of self rather than being good enough as a:
For many women, the fear of not being good enough came from people we loved or looked around who desired us to be, do, or have more.
For other women, being self-confident was neither modeled nor appreciated. Because of this, being ‘ideal’ meant being like someone else that they heard praised for their devotion.
In any event, “The condition, condition, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all defects or defects,” as defined by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is an impossible ideal.
That is rest, recovery, simplicity, peace and acceptance.
As active professional women, we want RREP&A.
Without it, we’re:
R stands for fidgety,
R stands for relapse into bad health, feel
E stands for ashamed, become
A stands for stress.
When that happens, we encounter Adrenal Fatigue, hormonal imbalances and become bitchy to other people.
Three Approaches to Embrace Your Beautiful Imperfections
It’s the step that cracks open any opposition you have to the next steps.
There is no beating around the bush about it. So, I’ll come straight down the middle about this: without self-love, there is no Palm Bay Rat Removal. I know. That is a big one to consume.
Here is how you do it: 1 day, curl up on the sofa with a cup of tea and a pad of paper and your favorite pen. Begin making a list of all of the things you’ve achieved in your life.
Wow! Right? Look at how much you have accomplished! It’s pretty great!
Now, re-read the listing and admit all you have accomplished. Let it sink. The first step to adopting your beautiful imperfections would be first love yourself.
Step 2: Take good care of your love.
What the hell does that mean?
It means to honor and respect your body and emotions. And also to take time to cherish and honor the human body and emotions of particular people in your life. Your significant other, kids and dear friends are to be cherished.
Here is how to do it: Nourish your body with good food, trust your instinct, speak your truth and honor the truth of others, respect one another’s body, and lovingly encourage one another in fulfilling needs in healthy ways.
The heart of this guide is to understand that your imperfections are, in reality, your own personal, unique perfections. They are what make you who you are. They’re as individual as snowflakes and as valuable as diamonds.
Your imperfections are your classes. Think of these as guides along your path of achievements.
Here is how you do it: Remember that list you created in Step 1? Look on that list. Pick out five that you’re proud of accomplishing. Write them down on five different pieces of paper. Then, list the ‘mistakes’ you made along the way that caused you to realize your accomplishments.
See? Each ‘error’ was only a stepping-stone toward your amazing accomplishments.
Embrace them. Honor them for how they have helped you become the self-confident professional girl that you know yourself to be. It gives you permission to take the pressure off yourself and unwind a little. Follow these 3 steps and adopt your imperfections now. It will free you to soar within a loving inner area.