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 came acrosss this site as I was looking for info on cronic procrastination. I don't really enjoy talking about myself a great deal however I have come to the conclusion that I must "confess" the real problem causing so much trouble and pain in my life (and others...) is in fact procrastination... on a rather grand scale. A large number of expriences and feelings of those posting here mirror my own which is a revelation to me as I always assumed I was largely some kind of unique weak freak and lone sad case. My only drug habit is nicotine. But I feel that procrastination, for me at least, is a similarly difficult habit to break as nicotine addiction, one of the most powerful addictions around.

I'm good at giving advice to others and identifying problems and strategies but am seemingly unable to a) follow my own damn advice or b) actually implement rational advice or strategies from others even when I know that it would help me enormously. I truly loath myself for this idiotic behaviour. 

I would bang on about myself some more but I have to go do something I can't possible put off...

Glad I'm not alone in this anymore.


I've found the resources very helpful and the people are always giving you encouragement.

Even if I don't do what I planned to do, i do a lot more than if I didn't use this site.

Every day gets a little better!

Welcome whyohwhy!

Glad you have taken the first step and joined up! There is lots of support here - daily forums, chatbox, meetings and other tools.

And I agree with you, for me just knowing I am not alone with this problem makes a huge difference.Smile