Procrastinators Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from chronic procrastination.

Hi i'm KippleBane(KB) and i am a chronic Procrastinator

Hello all, i created an account here a couple of weeks ago, but this is my first act of posting to a forum with the declaration of my weakness...my inability to get anything done immediately

I could spend a great deal of this post detailing the many faults i have and the consequences ensuing from them, but i'll let them come out drip-drip fashion as i contribute to this forum...that is if i have the doggedness to persist with this

I've wasted a good deal of my recent life in chatrooms, it's a sort of instant hit type environment where you're constantly being stimulated(in the chatrooms i go to at any rate). This is my first attempt at being part of a forum of some sort in the 10 years i've been on the internet.

A little biographical detail, i haven't worked in a good many years, and a couple of years back i was detained in a mental hospital for the best part of a year, back then i used to be a bigtime user of marijuana but i've stayed away from it (one exceptional lapse aside) since i came out.

I've always had a problem with lethargy, unreliability, worry and anxiety, and for the want of a better word, laziness, i don't like using the word laziness because many a time i've wanted to act but i feel i have been deprived of my free-will just when i want to act.

Anyways, that's it for now, if you don't mind, i'd like to use procrastinators anonymous's messageboard as a place i can give a running commentary at my attempts to act according to my will. Right now it's 9:30pm and as usual, i've left it to the late evening to address my procrastination.

Speak to you soon

KB Smile

Hi KB

Welcome! I hope to learn more about you.

Welcome aboard, KB

You are in good and plentiful company!

Hi KB

> many a time i've wanted to act but i feel i have been deprived of my free-will just when i want to act

I have felt the same way many times myself. And i agree with you, 'laziness' doesnt seem like the right term. Several on this site have agreed with that also.

Kipplebane, you're among co-sufferers here, hopefully co-recoverers! :)

Good luck w/ your posting! I pray it helps.

Welcome KB!

"The sooner you get behind, the longer you have to catch up." - Steven Wright