If you find yourself thinking in black-and-white, instead look for the shades of grey in between. Is it really so bad? Are you taking an extreme view? Just because something isn’t completely perfect doesn’t mean that it’s a total disaster.
- Nothing has to be perfect
- Focus more on getting better than being perfect
- All-or-nothing thinking
- Have confidence in your potential
- Change rules to preferences
- Put it in perspective
- You don't know what others are thinking
- You don't need to personalise everything
- Consider the whole picture
- What is "black-and-white" thinking?
- What are "thinking errors"?
- Nothing is perfect
- Value things which are less than perfect
- Less than perfect is a perfect start
- Know the difference between perfection and 'good enough'
- Practice progress, not perfection
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