Procrastination & Fatigue
Hey y'all. I'm new here. I'm a college student and I'm a chronic procrastinator. Being a chronic procrastinator and a college student is a deplorable match. I was full time when I started the fall semester and because of my procastination, it cost me to drop three of my classes leaving me with one left. I could've finished my studies quickly but it seems this condition has taxed almost all of my dreams. My friends at school do not take me seriously anymore. I'm well aware that my excuses for not getting school work done undermined their confidence in me. My educational goals relate to the medical field (to become an RN and proceed premed) and there's alot of pressure to be prompt and punctual - something I'm apparently uncapable of. My parents also, they're disappointed in me. It's as if my condition is not serious at all. It's branded as extreme sloth instad. I don't really mean to procrastinate, it's just it's come to the point where it feels like an addiction or a negative behavior pattern. At the startof the day, I wake up with the best intentions to get things done only to be disappointed and filled with regrets and could've-beens by the end of the day because I couldn't do them. It's a mental struggle, if you will. And because of it, I've developed an anxiety disorder. Has anybody ever gone through the same thing? We procrastinate so hard and we end physically and mentally fatigued.