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Procrastination -  A Form of Self-Sabotage 

 Procrastination has been found to be linked to stress and anxiety conditions.

 

Procrastination is a behavior that occurs when we postpone tasks or chores until later, instead of doing them immediately. It's a common problem and it can cause a lot of stress, because the longer you wait to do something the more difficult it becomes.

Procrastination is one of the most common symptoms of anxiety. Learn how to overcome procrastination, so that you can stop putting off important tasks and start living your best life.

When you work with procrastination, the first thing to do is to make sure that your anxiety levels are being managed. If you have anxiety and you're struggling with procrastination, it's because they are connected. But if you learn a few techniques to calm down and reduce your stress level then that can help tremendously with overcoming procrastination.

 

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An Unhealthy Dose Of Perfectionism

Perfectionism on an unhealthy and unsustainable level is often a sign of underlying anxiety.

 

The need to always be in control of everything, all the time? It's exhausting, and it can keep you from living a full life.

If you're a perfectionist, you're most likely a high achiever. But that doesn't mean that your need for everything to be perfect all the time is healthy or even sustainable.

Your perfectionism may be a form of self-protection, or self-sabotage. When it allows you to feel in control and safe, then it's a good thing. But when it leaves you feeling anxious, stressed and exhausted, then not so much.

A healthy amount of self-criticism is important for growth, but if your standards are unrealistic and set too high, then this can lead to anxiety.

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