You have a natural knack for knowing how anything can be improved and you make the world around you better. But some of that is a defense against the heavy criticism and punishment others have put on your for not being good enough. As such, you’ve become focused (maybe obsessed) with being good, even blameless. You find yourself exasperated that everything around you (and everything inside you) is flawed. So you carry the unrealistic pressure to fix and correct it all. Which means you continually disappoint yourself and collapse into exhaustion and anger for the impossible situation you find yourself in, that God has mercilessly put you in.

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