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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Perfectionism may come from your parents. Living in a house with disapprovingparents or a household with highstandards might contribute to your perfectionism (Mitchell). Also manypeople think perfectionismdevelops over time (Hibbard 269).If your parents have high expectations of you early in your life you may start to fear mistakes. If your parents have perfectionism,that may be a bigger threat to youhaving it. It may influence you to thinkthat mistakes are terrible and ruin everything, thus showing you that you have to be flawless. An alternate approach would be helping someone with perfectionism through mistakes and failure, instead of coming to the rescue and doing everything. There are different parents that may change how you would think. Authoritarian parents have children who have mostly lower self-esteem because these parents are strict, demanding, and aren't verynurturing. While authoritative parents are more democratic anduse compromise, thus leading to happier children (Hibbard 270). How parents affect whether or not you have perfectionism. How your parents having perfectionism affects you. Parenting styles linked toperfectionism. "Perfectionism is generally seen as striving for flawlessness" (Hibbard 269), and to put it simply, perfectionists try their best to be perfect. According to research, parents have a hugeinfluence on whether you have perfectionism or not. Many people think that perfectionism is a great thing to have, but it may actually interfere with goals and shaping your future(Mitchell). There are many signs that say youmight be a perfectionist such as:fear of failure, believing that averageis failure, being uncomfortable with criticism, and that making mistakes is a sign of weakness, and yourparents being a perfectionist. Signs that you are a perfectionist.
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