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.

Introducing myself

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.


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!