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Reframing the Puzzle

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Some of my worst character defects come out when I’m at work. As a perfectionist, I worry that I’ll make a mistake, but I also worry that I work too slowly. So I end up anxiously trying to find that perfect balance between checking everything again and again and finishing quickly. When asked to review the work of others, my critical nature comes to the fore, identifying scores of things that I think should be changed. This conflicts with my desire to be liked by everyone all the time. I worry constantly about what others think of me. When a

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