Embracing Imperfection

Give up Perfection and Embrace the Flaws that Make You Unique


Embrace Your ‘Flaws’

Remember that you're only human. Now let's take a look at those perceived shortcomings of yours. Are you so sure these are flaws, or might they be advantages in other ways? Take, for example, professional basketball player Isaiah Thomas. Considered 'short' by most pro ball standards (he was only 5'9"), he led the league in assists and steals, using his height to spot angles others might miss. The fact he was shorter became an asset when it came to playing well.

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Start with Kindness

Perfectionistic tendencies can lead us to become very harsh and judgmental, especially toward ourselves. When you're ready to embrace imperfection, this is the first thing you need to tackle. This starts with accepting the fact you're only human, and humans will always make mistakes. Not only is this normal, but it's encouraged because it is the best way to learn. To act on this, you start with cutting yourself some slack. Be kind to yourself when you mess up. Want to take this idea to the next level? Start recognizing those around you who are worthy of the same kindness. Please give them the same level of empathy and compassion as well.


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Do you ever find yourself nitpicking at projects or, worse, not starting them at all? What about fussing over whether something has been done right? Or making someone go back to do it all over again? If you have ever unloaded and repacked the dishwasher after someone else loaded it, then this article is for you.

Perfectionism is a blight upon humanity that convinces you that you're never good enough, no matter how much effort you put into things. You'd think we would avoid this kind of thinking just because it's so much work, but in truth, we’re raised to believe that if you can’t do something right, perhaps you shouldn’t be doing it at all.

Imagine how much you miss out on with this kind of attitude.


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If you're tired of feeling like you are never going to measure up, finish a project, or accomplish your goals, it might be time to switch sides entirely. Rather than the curse of perfection, wouldn't you rather enjoy a life of authenticity and imperfection?

Even better, this switch doesn’t even have to be difficult. Buy the eBook with the FREE Workbook to discover some exciting tips on how to welcome imperfection into your life!

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ABOUT THE CREATOR OF HELP4DANCERS

Terry Hyde MA MBACP

Psychotherapist/counsellor

Terry started dancing at age 6, won a 5 year scholarship to the RAD and subsequently attended the Royal Ballet Upper School, joining the Royal Ballet at age 18. He then moved to London’s Festival Ballet (now ENB) as a soloist. Having left London's Festival Ballet after 3 years, he started performing in musicals in London’s West End, in Film and on TV.

On retiring from performing, Terry set up a Business Manager for people in show business. On selling the business 15 years later, he retrained as a psychotherapist attaining a Masters Degree in Psychotherapy & Healing Practice validated by Middlesex University in 2012.

Terry combined his two passions, dance and psychotherapy, when he set up www.counsellingfordancers.com in 2017. He wanted to help dancers with their emotional and mental health issues. Having had a career as a dancer, Terry has a great understanding of the needs of dancers’ mental health issues. His one-on-one sessions are via Zoom and therefore he sees clients from around the world.

Terry presents interactive Mental Health Self-Care Workshops for Dancers. These proactive workshops are to help support dancers’ mental wellbeing teaching them resilience and how to be mentally fit and emotionally strong. In 2021 Terry created the Help4Dancers app.

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