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Perfectionism Test.

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    Results of Your Perfectionism Test
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    Perfectionism [​IMG] Your score = 67 [​IMG]

    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]
    According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.
     
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    [SIZE=+1]Results of Your Perfectionism Test[/SIZE]
    Perfectionism[​IMG]Your score = 77[​IMG]



    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.

    So not fair, should've scored 99%. . . test is clearly not good enough.
     
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    Perfectionism[​IMG]Your score = 46[​IMG]


    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.
     
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    I got 77.

    I never considered myself a perfectionist because I didn't realise what people really meant by it. I assumed it was 'getting things perfect'. I never thought I was like that. But perfectionism isn't just about that, it's about piling on these pressures onto yourself and i forcing yourself to think you have to do them, in order to feel okay. When I look at it from that way, my perfection has been crushing.
     
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    93. I'm more perfect than all of you.
     
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    Pretty much what I expected.
     
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    I would've expected a higher score...
     
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    Results of Your Perfectionism Test
    Perfectionism[​IMG]Your score = 70[​IMG]


    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.
     
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    Perfectionism[​IMG]Your score = 73[​IMG]



    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.
     
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    Results of Your Perfectionism Test
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    Your score = 79



    What does your score mean?
    According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.

    This is true, I hate everything I do once it's finished :( Even though others love it, I only see the faults. Gets frustrating but c'est la vie I guess :m088:
     
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    [SIZE=+1]Results of Your Perfectionism Test[/SIZE]
    Perfectionism [​IMG] Your score = 78 [​IMG]

    [SIZE=+1]What does your score mean?[/SIZE]
    According to this test, you have some perfectionist tendencies that may be making you unnecessarily unhappy. You sometimes set high standards that are difficult to meet; either you impose those expectations on yourself, others, or a combination of the two. You may even think that others expect you to be perfect. While a desire to do your very best and strive to reach your full potential can bring you personal fulfillment, you have to learn when good is 'good enough'. It's important that you strengthen your ability to distinguish between reasonable aspirations and unrealistic demands. When you set unattainable objectives, you are being cruel to yourself and denying yourself the rewards and self-acceptance that you deserve.
     
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