It’s common to confuse procrastination with lazy behaviour, but the two are not the same. Placing off an unpleasant but more important task in favour of one that’ll be more enjoyable or easier doesn’t make you lazy, it makes you procrastinate.
Whether your procrastination is a minor issue that simply affects your productivity or a major one that’s stopping you from achieving your goals, you’ve probably already tried overcoming this problem on your own before.
But if you want to have the best chance that you can have at beating your procrastination, you will benefit more from taking this service designed to overcome procrastination.
Our mental health affects how we think, feel and act. And sometimes, we’re not completely ok – and that’s fine. Talk to a counsellor to reclaim your emotional, psychological and social wellbeing.
Disclaimer: According to an individual’s case severity, the sessions might vary.