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.
I still have a hard time admitting to myself that I have an addictive personality and procrastination is far worst than my smoking and coffee drinking. But I am just fed up of seeing my life slipping away and disapointing myself and my husband. I am 40 and I just have wasted so much time, and so many opportunities. I just dont want to live like that anymore.
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I felt exactly like you when I first found PA. I was almost at the point of giving up, but something in me wouldn't let me do that. Magically it seems, I found PA and things have gotten better. Significantly so compared to where I was at before.
My journey here:
-started out great. Posting and using chatbox to keep myself on track.
-'relapsed' and crashed. Something like a productivity hangover for several weeks.
- crawled back in the saddle. Crashed but for only a few days this time.
-came back again. NOw I have 'relapses' of P that last from half a day to only a few hours or minutes.
I guess what I've noticed for me is the important thing is to keep coming back no matter what. I refuse to give up! i will conquer this 'pathological procrastination' issue. You can too!