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  • Writer's pictureDillan Taylor


It’s a defense mechanism.

We have tasks and duties which will most likely give rise to stress, anxiety, and discomfort. So, we tell ourselves “I’ll do it later.” Then we get that wave of relief as if the responsibility has fallen on someone else’s shoulders.

Meanwhile, the ‘later’ time comes and we question why we didn’t just get it done before.

You’re not lazy for procrastinating. You’re just being defensive.


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