Perfectionism is one of the characteristics of addiction. Its the setting up of abstract, external ideals of what we should be or what we should be able to do and has little or no relationship to who we are or what we need to do.

In trying to be the perfect wife, mother, employee, friend, we batter, judge, and distort ourselves. No matter what we do or how we try, it’s never enough. We are never enough. Trying too hard and never trying at all are the two sides of the coin of perfection. Unfortunately, it’s a coin that never pays off.

Perfectionism is self-abuse of the highest order.

About Angela Olah

I provide in-sight and guidance to coach-able women who realize that, somehow, they’ve gotten off track and their life hasn’t quite turned out the way they dreamed. I am passionate about supporting & empowering women to heal their souls, connect to their Higher Self & Spirit, and become inspired to reach their greatest potential. I envision all women leaving a legacy of life lived – oversized and audacious. Touching lives and creating space for women to build audacious lives.