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    Published on 01-23-2010 11:01 AM
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    Copied with permission from the blog: Rational Jenn


    So here's a surprising development: Morgan has a perfectionist streak that is driving us both crazy!


    Now I am myself what you might consider a Reformed Perfectionist, so I understand her feelings. I reformed myself though, when it became clear to me that my perfectionism-which I had always regarded as a good thing-was actually a paralyzing force in my life. If I couldn't do something perfectly, then why bother even attempting it? Consequently, the things in my life-my ...
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