Traits Common with Chronic Procrastinators

As I’ve already mentioned, procrastination is an avoidance behavior. Reluctance to address tasks in a timely way is generally tied to a false belief or thought that causes a delay in taking action.

Since procrastination is usually tied to avoidance, there are some common traits that trigger the behavior, such as:

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