My number one problem in my mind is this battle of wanting to be perfect and not giving a fuck. I think a lot of my anxiety is wondering what will happen during the day that I will fuck up. It’s silly I’m good at my job and I have good kids. I think this is where my borderline personality disorder really plays into my life. If I’m not perfect there is no reason to exist. But it’s impossible to be perfect I know this. I still want it. I know I can’t be alone.

9 thoughts on “Perfection

  1. I agree. I avoided doing so many things in my life because if I couldn’t do it perfectly I felt like a total failure. I decided along the way I would rather try and fall short than miss out on life and opportunities. You’ll get there in your own time. Practicing takes time in any endeavor, not just for those of us with mental health issues.

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