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So has nearly everyone else on the planet. Procrastination reflects the human bias toward the present, or the desire to gratify immediate needs and worry about the future when it arrives. This might offer some short-term benefits — namely, the relief of dodging a frustrating job or unpleasant emotions. When the pressing need to complete it resurfaces, you might find yourself right back in the same place.

Chronic procrastination, though, is a horse of a different color. When putting things off becomes your go-to solution, it can begin to affect your mental and emotional health, not to mention the ability to get things done.

Or breezed in just under the wire for an important deadline, like doing taxes on April 14? That said, when procrastination becomes a pattern in your day-to-day life, it can start to cause some problems. People commonly link procrastination to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD and other mental health concerns. Research suggests that procrastination often relates to your mood and emotional mindset. It happens because you dread the emotional distress you foresee.


But you could also have some preconceived ideas about how awful and difficult that chore or asment will turn out to be. Either way, you set the task aside, promising yourself to handle it later when you feel better able to manage those feelings.

You might have a harder time pinning down other sources of emotional distress, especially when they relate to ongoing or deeper-seated sources of emotional turmoil. The source of procrastination sometimes runs a little deeper than a difficulty regulating emotions.

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If you live with anxietyfor example, you might spend a lot of time worrying about what specific tasks involve or feeling nervous about what could go wrong. These kinds of fears can absolutely lead to delay. The link between anxiety conditions and perfectionism can also play a part in procrastination.

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Depressionwhich often wears away at energy and self-worth, can also involve procrastination. Procrastination can also result from inattention symptoms of ADHDlike:.


You can learn more about the connection between ADHD and procrastination here. They feed on themselves and grow, rapidly. Say you put off creating a work presentation. Of course, the more you delay, the less time you have to do the work.

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Ask yourself: Do you actually feel calm? Probably not. And therein lies the rub. A procrastination habit can eventually complicate the emotional concerns that triggered it in the first place. Just like the forgiveness you might offer someone who wronged you, self-forgiveness allows you to let go of past events and move forward.

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Now I know what not to do next time. Instead of focusing on how you messed up which usually makes matters worseoffer yourself some words of comfort. Cognitive distortionsor patterns of irrational and inaccurate thoughts, can easily contribute to procrastination. Plus, my supervisor said she trusts me with more challenging tasks. Instead of overloading yourself by thinking about everything still left to do, focus your thoughts on the step that comes immediately afterward. Who knows?

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As you work on the outline, you might come up with the perfect introductory statement without even trying. Make sure to reward yourself for your efforts, too. After you get a good chunk of work done, take a break to watch a funny video, catch up with your friends, or swap selfies with your partner.

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Thinking in terms of rewards rather than punishments can help you encourage yourself, too. A therapist can help you identify and explore possible emotional triggers. They can also provide more insight into any underlying mental health concerns contributing to procrastination. In therapy, you can also learn strategies to challenge negative self-talk and reframe unhelpful thought patterns. Pinpointing the specific emotions driving procrastination makes it easier to find effective coping strategies.

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So challenging chronic procrastination generally means tracing it back to the source. Crystal Raypole has ly worked as a writer and editor for GoodTherapy. Her fields of interest include Asian languages and literature, Japanese translation, cooking, natural sciences, sex positivity, and mental health.

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