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I will pay for the following article Procrastinating. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
I will pay for the following article Procrastinating. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Procrastination is a process, when the person is aware of the need to perform the specific important cases (for example, his duties), but ignores the necessity of doing it, by distracting his attention on household stuff or entertainment.
Psychologists often define procrastination as a mechanism for coping with anxiety, associated with the undertaking or completion of any cases or decisions. Laziness and procrastination are two different states of personality. In the first case, the person does not want to do anything and is not worried about it, while in the second one, he wants to do something, but cannot start. Rest and procrastination are also different. During the rest, a person tries to restore his energy resources, while in case of delaying the duties, he loses them. Procrastination can cause stress, guilt, loss of productivity, because of dissatisfaction with the surrounding world. The combination of these feelings and overspending forces can lead to chronic procrastination. Chronic procrastination may be caused by hidden psychological or physiological diseases. Some people can work successfully only when they subject to the strict time limits and perform their duties on the last days before the deadline.
There were three situations, in my life, which indicated this problem. The first one concerned my trip to another city. I needed to buy tickets for the trip in a week. Every day I found excuses for myself in order not to go to the railway station. As a result I came there the day before the date of my departure and found out that there were no tickets. The second situation concerned the meeting with my friend. I agreed to meet my friend at 12 o’clock p.m. near the café. There was an interesting film on the TV and I was distracted from my preparations. I looked at the clock and understood that in a half an hour I had to be on place, but stretched the time. As a result we met, but I was really late.