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(p. 137) Session 11: Don’t Put It Off—Stop Procrastinating 

(p. 137) Session 11: Don’t Put It Off—Stop Procrastinating
(p. 137) Session 11: Don’t Put It Off—Stop Procrastinating

Susan E. Sprich

, and Steven A. Safren

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date: 06 December 2021

This chapter includes a discussion of the attractive aspects of procrastination as well as instructions on how to identify the negative consequences of procrastination. An exercise is presented which involves writing out the pros and cons of procrastination using a specific example. Finally, the chapter includes a discussion of how previously taught skills of problem-solving and adaptive thinking can be applied to procrastination.

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