When doing acts with personal importance, it usually doesn’t take long until all critics’ strictest shows up – oneself. This judge sets the highest standards, and accordingly, the requirements increase.
That way, individual importance often turns into personal effort. Consequently, the outcome has to be the best, the prettiest, and the most satisfying. While inner pressure continues to build up, it often appears like a new obstacle already waits for its turn right behind the previous one.
Yet if not pulling the emergency brake, the inside critic starts to cause exhaustion instead of an enjoyable outcome. Though it is often difficult to break out of this pattern, in most cases, no one really waits for proof that the result complies with the unrealistically high requirements but yourself.