Overcoming Atelophobia, the Fear of Being Imperfect
You're reading Overcoming Atelophobia, the Fear of Being Imperfect, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. What is your biggest irrational fear? For many, it’s the fear of snakes, spiders, heights, or closed spaces. But for others, their greatest fear is not being perfect. If you are constantly stressed by the pursuit of perfection or find your perfectionism to be paralyzing, you may have atelophobia. Learn how this extreme form of perfectionism can diminish your life and health, and what you can do about it. What Is Atelophobia? Atelophobia is defined as the morbid fear of imperfection in oneself. (1)The word atelophobia is derived from the Greek words atelès which means “imperfect” or “incomplete” and phóbos which means “fear” or “panic.”Atelophobia, like other phobias, is an anxiety disorder. People with this disorder are called atelophobes. Atelophobes suffer from the fear of not being good enough and often feel that everything they do is wrong. Atelophobia occurs when a person’s perceived expectations do not match reality. People who develop atelophobia are often highly intelligent and capable. (2) Talented, but paralyzed with fear of failure, atelophobes are terrified of making mistakes. As a result, they choose to give up tasks, not compete with others ...
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