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I can't stop procrastinating! I'm in my senior year of high school and it's really important for me to stop doing that. Sometimes even when time is tight and I know I must finish a project/studying/homework, I distract myself with other things. I end up regretting it and angry at myself for being so stupid.
Recognizing that you have a problem is half the battle.
Now you have to train your mind to stay on course. I know that is not easy but with endurance you will make it.
Put everything out of your mind except the task at hand - such as, your essay MUST be handed in by a certain date. Concentrate on that.
-- essay - date === essay - date === essay - date.
Nothing else on your mind.
ESSAY - DATE == ESSAY DATE.
It will be tough at first but you will learn to concentrate on the job at hand.
As you grow you will find that procrastinating will get you nowhere -- that is,
no where you really want to go.
Please give it a try.
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