Today I will write about a behavior that plagues portions of American society, and certainly has a foothold in the LDS Church. It is the practice of comparing ourselves to others, more pointedly the practice of comparing ourselves to the "superwomen" in our midst — who in reality do not and never have existed.

This practice leads us to create a mental paradigm where we believe that we should constantly be doing and accomplishing more. It is often based on the false belief that a certain sister in the ward, or in your cul-de-sac, or on TV, or in the magazines, is doing it all.

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