#PerfectlyImperfectNU event shines light on topic of maladaptive perfectionism
Jessica Rohlfing Pryor, Ph.D., was quoted in a variety of media outlets about the potential risks of maladaptive perfectionism in conjunction with a campus event the Perfectly Imperfect Lab hosted at Northwestern University.
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The event on Northwestern’s campus, #PerfectlyImperfectNU, took place on November 1 and highlighted the importance of “flaunting your flaws.” Passersby could write a postcard to perfectionism and learn tips about how to cope with unhealthy perfectionism.