Recent Examples of perfectionism from the Web
Scott Davenport's superstitious nature translates into perfectionism on the court.
Modern-day students, the study found, display more characteristics of three types of perfectionism.
But despite that perfectionism, Kushner remained receptive to input from his actors.
To start, the gastronomic world is plagued by perfectionism.
In its unhealthiest forms, perfectionism can lead to eating disorders, depression, high blood pressure and thoughts of suicide.
My sports psychologist helped me see that perfectionism is a toxic thing.
In Winterkorn, Piëch selected a Ph.D. engineer and former quality assurance chief with a reputation for perfectionism and micromanagement.
In Woodcock’s case, his stifling perfectionism has begun to stifle even him.
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