Have you ever been told that you are a perfectionist, which makes you feel burned out?
Sometimes, when striving for perfection becomes excessive, you can end up feeling exhausted and entirely lacking in self-worth. Thus, it gives you so much stress that leads to chronic conditions and burnout.
Do you want to know some practical tips on how to prevent yourself from being a perfectionist so you can live healthier and happier?
In this program, our guest, Dr. Andrea Mooreshares some tips on how to improve perfectionism, in turn decreasing your burnout and chronic pain.
Andrea Moore is a mom, wife, and recovering health perfectionist. Her career path has been based on trying to fix everything wrong with her: from chronic pain & post-concussive syndrome to anxiety & ADHD.
This video shows you the importance of reconnecting with yourself to avoid burnout despite being a perfectionist.
In this interview, you will learn:
00:00 min – Introduction
02:42 min – Importance of perfectionism and burnout to Dr. Moore
07:42 min – Life changes of Dr. Moore
08:47 min – How Dr . Moore’s experience impacted her present advocacy
10:56 min – Tips to improve perfectionism and avoid burnout
12:32 min – Difference between acceptance and failure
20:38 min – Somatic Tracking
27:42 min – Dr. Moore’s advice
29:13 min – Connect with Dr. Andrea Moore (www.drandreamoore.com)
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So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview: “The longer we take to accept where we are, the longer it’s going to take to get out of where we are. ” – Dr. Andrea Moore “You can run from outside, from the place, but you can’t run from yourself.” – Dr. Rozina
“These emotions have like no control over you. The more you run away from it, the worse it gets. And once you start facing it, initially, it gets even worse trying to make you give up. But once you don’t give up and you face it, then it starts melting away.”
– Dr. Rozina
“ If you feel like there is something that is stopping you from achieving what it is you want in life that you feel like there is more to do, more passion that you have, and more ways you have to serve the world don’t ever lose that vision.”
Dr. Andrea Moore
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So today, take to time to think about how you can prevent yourself from chronic despite being a high achiever. Life is not a competition, you can always find things that make you happy and feel good about yourself.
Dedicated to your health and happiness,
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