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The Perfectionist Archetype Presentation

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Hannah Sullivan

on 1 October 2015

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The Socially Prescribed Perfectionist
Critical of Themselves
The Perfectionist will be very critical of their outfit:
Perfect Chemistry
Legal Component
Even though there are bad qualities to perfectionists, there are also good qualities, which can in fact help you succeed in your career. Such as a lawyer. Lawyers strive to perfect their arguments so they can win the case in court.

Separate link to paper: https://www.edmodo.com/post/479112623
Woman examining outfit in mirror
"I am awesome" looking in mirror
Woman looking in metaphorical flaming mirror
The Perfectionist

Strive to be perfect
Believe perfection is important to other people
Extremely critical of themselves
Constantly worry about what others think of them
Separate link to paper: https://www.edmodo.com/post/479120631
Perfect Chemistry is a book written by Simone Elkeles. The main character is Brittany Ellis, a rich, popular, blonde girl, who happens to be the Captain of the Cheerleading Squad. As you are reading the book, you will find that Brittany is an extreme perfectionist with horrible misconceptions that everyone actually wants her to be perfect. So she puts on a facade to mask her horrible home life and how she truly acts and feels.

Separate link to paper: https://www.edmodo.com/post/479114129
Hannah Sullivan
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