Depression can distort your views and perspective, filling you with pessimism and causing you to believe there’s nothing you can do to combat your depression. This negative thinking leads to “secondary procrastination.” Here’s how secondary procrastination works: You feel depressed, so you put off taking action to control your depression. You also put off many of your usual activities, which can cause a pile-up effect. You end up with too much to do hanging over your head. This overload can lead to deepening depression. Procrastination technology involves following through on at least one of the activities you have put off doing; action then leads to more action.
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