MAASTRICHT. ‘When I do something, I want it to be perfect’. It seems like a good characteristic, but if it is up to Anita Jansen, dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Neuroscience, we need to rid ourselves of this as soon as possible. In extreme cases, perfectionism can lead to death. Within the framework of Well-being Week – an annual event around the theme of physical and mental health, with lectures and training sessions on such things as study techniques, yoga, mindfulness, sports (see photo) and stress – she gave a lecture on stress and perfectionism to an overcrowded Akenzaal on Universiteitssingel 40 last Tuesday.