Break Up with “Perfection” this Valentine’s Day

Here's the scandalous truth: You don't have to be perfect because you're already perfectly loved. via http://holleygerth.fistbumpmedia.com

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Most of us know what it’s like to hang on to a toxic relationship too long. We see the signs. We feel the uneasiness. We hear the hints from other people. And yet we keep believing it will get better.

And after connecting with thousands of women, I’ve discovered the most common toxic relationship is this: the one we have with “perfection.”

It’s easy to see why. Whether we’re on Pinterest or in a church pew, someone is always telling us {directly or indirectly} we need to try harder. But lack of effort isn’t the problem. The endless pressure to be perfect is. And it’s also a big part of what’s causing so many of us to wrestle with depression, anxiety and exhaustion.

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Is the pressure to be perfect secretly hurting you? Take my one-minute quiz and find out.

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Here’s the scandalous truth: You don’t have to be perfect because you’re already perfectly loved. You can trade your toxic relationship with “perfection” for an intimacy with Jesus that’s built on true love, grace and growth. {I know that may sound too good to be true right now…we’ll talk more about why this is real in the weeks to come.}

It’s time to break up with perfect and find the love your heart has been searching for all along.

Will you join me in breaking up with “perfection” this Valentine’s Day?

XOXO

Holley Gerth

p.s. My friend and fellow author Jennifer Dukes Lee and I have a Valentine’s Day gift for you!

We’re hosting a free webcast on February 11th at 8:30pm CST called “Breaking Up with Perfection.” We’ll have a fun, honest, insightful conversation about our struggle with trying to be perfect and how God is helping us get free. We’ll also answer questions from you!

And there’s a fabulous giveaway: Breaking Up with Perfection Giveaway

To enter 1) Share this post on Facebook 2) Leave a comment saying you did so 3) In your comment, also include a question you’d like for us to answer during the webcast. The winner will be announced during the webcast.

To be part of the free Breaking Up with Perfection webcast just click here. We’re looking forward to being with you!

Update: If you missed the webcast you can still watch it on YouTube! Just click here.

About Holley

About Holley

Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author and Life Coach

I like humans, words, and good coffee. And I’d love to help you beat what’s holding you back, become all you’re created to be, and kick butt for the greater good.

Cheering you on,

Holley

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