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Q: “I Am Fraught with Guilt and Shame When I Procrastinate”

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Q: “I am fraught with guilt and shame when I procrastinate. I hate that I often know what I have to do, but I can’t bring my ADHD brain to do it.

How can I deal with gut-wrenching shame and stop procrastinating?”Guilt and shame are closely tied to procrastination, and many of us struggle with these feelings when we make the choice to delay.Choice is key here.

Procrastination is troubling because we recognize that we have made the decision to needlessly delay a task that must get done, and we expect that the delay will be costly.

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