Los Angeles, Jan 6 (IANS) Actress Emma Watson, who has inherited her hardworking nature from her lawyer parents, says he is obsessed with being perfect and can be very hard on herself.
"My parents have very strong work ethics and have instilled that in me, a love and a respect for what you do and taking pride in it. And then this is sort of irritating at times. I am a bit (OCD) Obsessive-compulsive disorder," contactmusic.com quoted Watson as saying.
"I am my own worst critic. I always want to do better. I am always striving towards the next thing," she said.
The 22-year-old, who is due to return to her studies at Brown University feels studying keeps her grounded in the midst of her Hollywood lifestyle.
"I think having time to step away and study really, really helps. It helps to give me perspective on things. To be around people who are living their lives in different ways, who have different aspirations."
"It is a strange thing that I do and I can feel quite unnerving. It's good to remember that it's a bit mad."
"Happiness for me, it's about finding satisfaction in the work that I do. It's to do with having healthy relationships with the people I care about," said the "Harry Potter" actress.