Trying to live up to perfection can take a toll on your health. Dr. Domar writes that perfectionists are vulnerable to postpartum depression, eating disorders and other stress- and anxiety-related conditions. They often struggle with low self-esteem, depression, frustration and disappointment. So if you’re always worrying about the dishes in the sink and the dust underneath the couch, take a deep breath. It’s time to reframe your expectations…and be happier and healthier as a result.