The heresies of mormonism lead to this problem - and it is widespread. For example, here is something from BYU:
“In the LDS Church its like, I feel depressed, and its like, Oh you must not be righteous, maybe you should go serve somebody and then you would be, Lindsay (name changed) said. She told Doty how feeling judged by others contributed to her depression. Lindsay, age 32, also said, Its just something we do to ourselves, thats not coming down from the prophet, its not coming down from God. Thats just us comparing ourselves to each other and having that perfect standard.
“Doty found that Lindsays struggles were common among 75 percent of volunteers in the study. All 20 women are residents of Utah County, all 20 are self-described as active Latter-day Saints, and all 20 have been diagnosed with depression by a medical doctor or mental health professional.”
Fifteen of the 20 women felt like they were under a microscope in this community, Doty said. Another 15 also struggled with toxic perfectionism.
“Nineteen of the 20 women said they used antidepressants in their treatment. Its like its ok, and in some cases a badge of honor, to be on an antidepressants, Doty said of the social acceptance of medication. She fears many women compare themselves to others, sometimes measuring their struggles based on the dosage they take.”
This is her perception, that others are judging her. My question to her would be: So what if other people are judging you? Why are you so concerned about what other people think when you have no control over what other people think?
These women put the pressure on themselves, which is wrong. She admits that it's something she does to herself, which means she chooses to continue in her negative thought patterns. She chooses to continue to participate in the stupid, useless, and destructive Compare Myself to Others game rather than let go of whatever issues she's hanging onto.