We often work with procrastinators and perfectionistic teens who put off getting started with schoolwork. This leads to MORE stress and overwhelm as the workload piles up for teens who may then ask to go in late to school (or avoid it altogether) since they haven’t completed the work they stayed up until past midnight trying to complete. When teens don’t learn the tools to manage procrastination in high school, they take these poor habits into college and beyond and life becomes an overwhelming collection of tasks that make them feel like they are constantly at the bottom of a hole trying to climb upward.
Overcoming Procrastination for Teens has been a helpful tool for our clients to learn to create structure and routine so that they can organize their time effectively and prioritize the tasks they need to get done so they can enjoy the present moment and feel productive and accomplished at the same time.
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Contributors: Katie K. May from Creative Healing Teen Support Center