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PROCRASTINATION

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Are you in the habit of putting things off...? Is your career or schoolwork suffering because you are often late...? Do you feel like you are not living up to your full potentials…? The chances are that you procrastinate.


At some point in life, almost every person feels like a procrastinator. There are many times that our priorities or necessities are misplaced or misunderstood. We take actions with less important urgency when major tasks are awaiting our attention. Some people learn how to overcome it by understanding its psychological roots and forming different habits, and others suffer for years by constantly putting things off. In fact, 20% of Americans identify themselves as chronic procrastinators. They admit that procrastination has considerably affected their self-confidence, self-worth, relationships, health, and even their finances.
Join Dr. Sadigh and find out why we procrastinate and how it can change your life, make you stressed, create self-doubt, and cripple your productivity. Learn how organizing thoughts and actions can keep you on track with the difficulties in your planning. Notice how procrastination may be the result of anxiety, anger, depressed feelings or other emotional impulsivities.
In his practice of psychotherapy, Dr. Sadigh has worked with hundreds of procrastinators who have been able to change their patterns and move on successfully.
 

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