Listaliciousness: Princess Lessons, Dr. Who Legos, and Perfectionism

Fountain at Downtown Disney

Fountain at Downtown Disney

Despite stressful situations with others, I had a wonderful last two days. Yesterday, my workday started later, so I was able to roam about the Magic Kingdom for a while. It was very enjoyable and relaxing.

Here are some links. A few are several weeks old, but I still wanted to share them. Enjoy!

  1. J.K. Rowling  Reveals New Harry Potter Information – I love that she keeps letting out a little bit more information.
  2. It’s All in Your Head: Director Pete Doctor Gets Emotional in Inside Out – Wonderful article on an amazing movie!
  3. Abandoning Perfection – This is such a huge struggle for me. Articles with this are very helpful.
  4. The Relevance of Paul in a Modern Era – I wrote this for a class and modified it for this blog. I hope you find it interesting.
  5. Why Books Are (Almost) Always Better Than the Movie – Very true! Great blog and post.
  6. 11 Life Lessons from Disney Princesses – Yes! I want to remember all of these.
  7. Around the World in 30 Doors – What a cool concept. Can you figure this out?
  8. What If Disney Princesses All Lived Together – These are really cute and funny for the most part. I enjoy this!
  9. Video: LEGO Dimensions – Doctor Who SDCC Trailer – Oh, this looks likes a lot of fun although I am a bit confused.

7 thoughts on “Listaliciousness: Princess Lessons, Dr. Who Legos, and Perfectionism

  1. MEM says:

    I loved the book “The Giver” by Lois Lowry, but the movie was even better! It confuses me that the movie was not a better box office hit.

  2. Perfectionism is something that is usually wired into the brain when someone is growing up. There is a lot more to it than the desire to do things perfectly.

    Usually people with perfectionism endured certain kinds of circumstances during their childhood that caused them to get different brain wiring than other people get.

    It is too much to explain here. If you want to email me about a free coaching session (over Google chat or emailing) I can get more of an idea about where your perfectionism is coming from, and at least we can get an understanding for you about the root causes.

    Any further coaching would be completely up to you. I always honor the first forty five minutes of my time being free with no strings.

    Perfectionism is an outer focus, meaning focused on what the outer world sees. And there is a feeling that the outer world will always see us as not good enough, inadequate, a child etc.

    It is wired into the brain from childhood and cannot be fixed without going back to find out the root causes of the trauma to your wiring, and why the developmental stages of individualization, autonomy and independent self esteem, were interfered with by outside sources.

    I could write a general post about this issue and I might. But each person has a different background and there were unique variables in the household.

    This is an area of life coaching that I love, because it empowers people in ways they have never experienced.

    Much love,
    Annie ❤

    • Wow, that is great information! Thank you so much!

      • You are welcome. It is unfair for us to have to always be at a disadvantage to other people, due to emotional abuse interfering with our brain ” software” and mis-wiring of our brains.

        People that have People Pleaser Syndrome often have social anxiety, and perfectionism due to the fact that predators target us for manipulation.

        With cracks in our boundaries, predatorial dominators take advantage of us by making us feel inadequate and pressing our buttons of feeling inferior.

        But you are not inferior to them. In fact you are a better person than they are because you have empathy and compassion for others.

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