Setting Realistic Expectations for Yourself

We set super high expectations of ourselves because “we idealize the ‘perfect’ outcome,” says Elizabeth Gillette, LCSW, an attachment-focused therapist in Asheville, N.C.. "We assume that in order to feel successful, we need a specific result."


We need to get the promotion, or we’ve failed. We need to get an A+ on the paper, or we’re failures. This is a hard way to live. It’s a lot of needless pressure. Even if we do reach the carrot, there’s always another bigger carrot around the corner.


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