Perfectionism in prediabetes is a bit like ‘yin and yang’ or ‘chalk and cheese’ – they don’t go together. Striving for perfection in prediabetes management is not only unrealistic, but can also result in disappointment, frustration, sadness, anger, low motivation or burnout for the person trying to achieve it.
The nature of prediabetes is imperfect,
despite how perfect you are.
High perfectionism in Type 2 diabetes reduces
risk of death by 26%
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