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It Doesn’t Have to Be Perfect to Be Good

Perfectionism can be a barrier to happiness.

A red flower that is starting to wilt.
Image by Ri Butov from Pixabay

My son is a YouTube creator and has posted on his channel for nearly five years. He publishes video game content and spends hours and hours carefully writing the script and painstakingly editing the footage.

His videos are exceptional but seen by few outside his mom, friends, and select…

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