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I need some counselling

i need tp talk to a psychlogist for some counselling , regarding procastination

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Ivee’s Answer

While I would recommend what has already been recommended- seeking professional guidance from a licensed mental health professional if you need help- some things that helped me personally as a student was 1) writing down everything I need to get done into time slots for the day/week, and 2) breaking down my goals into smaller, more doable chunks of work, i.e. if I had an entire paper to write, I would begin with the goal of finding some resources, rather than beginning with the goal of writing the entire paper.
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Priya’s Answer

Hi Joy, if you need advice you may find it here, but if you are seeking personal counseling it is best to find a local mental health professional or academic advisor in your area. Outside of personal advice and opinions, this platform would not be ideal for a therapist or mental health professional to give you professional guidance that you are seeking.
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Janel’s Answer

Joy, as answered before, if you are needing medical advice, please reach out to your guidance counselor at school for guidance.
Procrastination, guess what? I am a master at it. I will share a little secret... It may just be part of your process. In my states of procrastination I am visualizing my next steps, evaluating the pro's and con's, understanding multiple possible outcomes, preparing to fail so I can get back on track. Next time you feel you are procrastinating write down how you are feeling, the steps you want to take, sooner or later you'll be drafting a plan to success. We all need a plan! We plan our drive to school or work, we plan what we are going to wear, what we'll do for the weekend or vacation. Now a lot of that planning has a stage where we just think about thinking, so don't be afraid to procrastinate, just make sure to take action next. I hope this helps :)
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Bing’s Answer

Joy, you have all the strength you need already inside of you. Actively seek tools and leaders and books and whatever else works to inspire you to get up and get to work. At the end of the day, the only person who can change your situation is you.
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Stephanie’s Answer

Hi Joy,
To add to all these great answers, I also want to add that you can call your primary care doctor and share some of those concerns. Them may be able to help connect you to a professional or may even have their own behavioral/mental health counselors who can provide support.
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