Procrastination Articles

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Procrastination is the avoidance of starting or completing tasks with a deadline or importance. Some people procrastinate on assignments for school, such as studying for a test. Others may procrastinate on starting work due to a sense of dread while working. Several challenges can cause procrastination, including perfectionism, avoidance, or fear. You’re not alone if you experience this symptom, and there are various healthy ways to target procrastination and improve your time management skills, including speaking to a professional. 

In this section, you will find articles about why people procrastinate. You can learn the causes of procrastination, signs you might want to procrastinate, and techniques to stop avoiding tasks and get them done on time.


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