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.
New Guy Etc
26/m from North Carolina. I'm self-employed and take care of my disabled fiancee. I'm tired of doing the bare minimum to get by (and sometimes less), but every time I've tried to commit to doing something differently, it lasts a day or two, and then I'm back into the same old stuff.
So yeah, hi everybody, and good luck me.
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Welcome, Keep coming back.
Taking care of aa disabled fiancee and being self-employed is more than many people can handle and , in my opinion, not to be minimized.
I found suport and ways to become consistent in some areas, by connecting with PA (ers). I found my insanity was doing the same thing over and over (i.e. in isolation, alone, self sufficiently) and expecting a different result. Here I did get a different result by merely connecting with others, not sure if I am sane, however, I am not back "to the same old stuff" and am happier and more hopeful. I hope you keep coming back.
good to meet you. it sounds like you already handle quite a lot in your life. i hope you will find some helpful tools here. :)