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.

Re-Introducing myself

Howdy partners! I have posted here sporadically over the years, and I'm back again. I have been working on a lot of my "stuff" with a therapist,  with great success, but he is procrastination-prone himself so I need some other resources. 

I've finally come to terms with two facts, both of which will be key to my recovery. 1. My procrastination hurts others. 2. I lie to cover it up. 

I was unaware of the lies for ages, justifying things to myself or focusing on the half-true part of my half-truths. But as I grow healthier in other areas of my life this character defect is becoming more apparent. I will be exploring this in greater length, but man that felt good! 

Hi tabularasa

Nice to see you here, tabularasa. I'm like you, i have been in a different addiction recovery program, and through my progress there, I have begun to see how destructive this procrastination is.

Looking forward to hearing more from you.