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Procrastination

How much impact could procrastination have on your mental health or how could it help me get out of bad habits?

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Katherine’s Answer

We often are using procrastination because it's working for us somehow. Maybe think about what your schedule would have to look like in order for you to not have to want to procrastinate anymore, and then see how much you can change your schedule to match that. It might even just be that you're too busy in general so you procrastinate because you need more free time to think about nothing and enjoy "being." See about scheduling into your calendar one day a week where you specifically will not commit to doing anything, so you could have that day to "do nothing."
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Victoria’s Answer

Remember it is all self will! I highly recommend starting part of an assignment or project right when its given to you. Then continue to do the rest in parts during the week. Put an hour aside a day to accomplish your work and put all your distractions aside.
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Onur’s Answer

When I was in college I DID procrastinate a lot, and sometimes this would land me in hot water! Its ok once in a while but after some time it builds up, which eventually stresses you out even more and continues in a vicious cycle. Focus on more positive things when you have mountains of stuff to do. For example, if you have an exam, and later that day you will go out with friends, try to focus on the good stuff coming up and how relaxed you will be once you work hard and ace the exam. (Assuming you are a student. If not just apply to your situation!)
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Chibueze Daniel’s Answer

what a TIME KILLER. Procrastination is very pleasurable and very destructive. Sometimes it makes you a "LATE ACHIEVER". It will make you see life as always there but you will never understand that time is the greatest enemy of man. It will give you false hope and end up leaving you with regrets.
Procrastination can make you not see the importance of determination. If you need to stop a habit, determination and focus is the key not procrastination. Though you may wish "for example" to stop smoking, procrastinating time to smoke will not keep you away from factors that will help you stop them because you will still make excuses of those factors but when DETERMINATION steps in, BOOM you stay off both the smoke and the attractive-deceitful-seemingly like influencers.
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