Free Workshop Series:

Healing Your Perfectionism Stories

A Companion Peice to Escaping Perfectionism: Rewrite Your Story and Reclaim Your Life

(An introduction to my live workshops. More info on my new live workshop located in Fresno, CA coming soon)

  • Does your life feel STUCK in a disappointing loop?

  • Are you TIRED of repeating self-sabotaging patterns?

  • Does OVERWHELM set in when you think about your body, job, relationships, or financial state?

If you want to ask for more from life but are frozen by fear, uncertainty, and even questions about your worth, you are NOT alone. We women were raised with a specific set of Perfectionism Stories, 'PS'es as I call them. You know, those outdated negative thoughts including:

  • That you had to be skinny but not TOO skinny.

  • Sweet and sensitive to others. But big girls don't cry.

  • Smart but not too smart (because it intimidates boys).

Starting today, you can rewrite it so the story is yours. 


What You Can Expect from This Workshop

I'm Megan Reilly, an author and lifelong perfectionist in active recovery thanks to discovering that my professional writing was (and is) also a powerful tool for personal healing. By seeing my story through a healthier lens and rewriting it from a place of being enough, I've changed my life so much that I hardly recognize it (in a really amazing way!). Read more about me here.

I'm so excited to be presenting this to other women ready to heal because I know that my happy world and the endless possibilities I see in it could not have been possible as a practicing perfectionist. 

After all, perfectionism sabotages many areas of our lives, especially these seven: career/job, money, family and friends, love, health and wellness, spirituality, and our home/office environments. We are going to cover each area in an ongoing workshop series. Stay tuned for weekly workshops and updates!

Check out the free series, starting with the first video, HERE.

“Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance.”
— Brene Brown