A fear of failing is probably what drives your perfectionist child.
Perfectionism is often identified in adults, but it’s affecting more and more kids. The driving force is a fear of failing. As parents, there are things we can do and teach to help them work through perfectionist tendencies.
Studio 5 Parenting Contributor Heather Johnson shares six ways to help a child working through perfectionism. She shares why we should tell them about our good and bad experiences. She also shares how the analogy of an iceberg is a great teaching tool