The Best of Barbara Meltz, Part 2
At the obsessive-compulsive end of perfectionism is the child who is unable to function because nothing is ever as perfect as he wants it to be, including himself. Only a few children fall into this extreme category.
But while many children fall far short of being obsessed, they set standards for themselves that are often unrealistic and which interfere to some degree with their lives, sometimes so minimally that it takes years to spot.
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