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.
The fact that Procrastination is an addiction is a revalation to me. Yet interstingly just before finding this site I started to feel an attraction towards 12 step programs I guess somewhere in myself I knew it was a psychological addiction all along.
In one of the articles I read that the core of all addictions is that we feel we do not have any idea what we really want to do in life. Right now I am trying to find my rudder in life and I am now sure it is based on helping others some how.
Divided we fall but when people come together with a common goal for the good of all and we are pure of heart then nothing can stop us from achieving are goals.
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that's a nice take on what's at the bottom of things...thanks for sharing your thoughts and welcome!
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There is a proper balance between not asking enough of oneself and asking or expecting too much. - May Sarton