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Perfectionism Test

yeghor

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Perfectionism Test

Below, you can find the various factors that contribute to perfectionistic behavior, classified as Strengths, Potential strengths, and Limitations.

Strengths
You possess a healthy level of perfectionism
You do not feel excessively pressured to be perfect for your family
You want to live up to some societal standards, but don't feel the need to be an absolute conformist
You set high but reasonable standards for your family to live up to

Potential Strengths
You set few, if any standards for yourself to live up to, which is not an issue per se, but could hold you back from achieving your full potential
The degree to which you are expected to be perfect at work seems to vary - in some cases or for some tasks, you may feel a need to be flawless, while for others you do not
You set some standards for the people you work with, which is good, but your expectations may occasionally be unreasonably high

Limitations
No limitations were detected
 

silverknightgothic

i'm ready, aim and fire
Joined
Sep 20, 2017
Messages
4,959
MBTI Type
LEFV
Enneagram
461
Instinctual Variant
sx/sp
Strengths

No strengths were detected

Potential Strengths

You feel somewhat pressured to be perfect for your family, sometimes to an extreme
You want to bring out the best in your family by having high expectations for them, which shows you care, but you may sometimes expect too much from them

Limitations

You are a total perfectionist
You set unreasonable standards and goals for yourself and tend to be hard on yourself when you fail
You feel pressured to be perfect at work
You feel pressured to live up to societal standards of perfection
You set unreasonably high standards for the people you work with

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yubih

Member
Joined
Apr 21, 2021
Messages
101
MBTI Type
isfp
Enneagram
4w3
Instinctual Variant
sx/so
Strengths

You possess a healthy level of perfectionism

Potential Strengths

You do set standards for yourself - sometimes they are reasonable, other times they may be a bit extreme
You seem to have mixed feelings regarding what your family wants from you - sometimes you feel pressured to be flawless, other times you do not
The degree to which you are expected to be perfect at work seems to vary - in some cases or for some tasks, you may be feel a need to be flawless, while for others you do not
You don't feel pressured to live up to society's expectations of what is "perfect", which is healthy - however, you may want to consider whether your rejection of societal standards might be jeopardizing your chances for success out of a desire to be a nonconformist
Your expectations for your family seem to vary significantly - you expect them to be perfect in some areas, but give no notice to their behavior in other areas

Limitations

You set unreasonably high standards for the people you work with
 
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