You probably know that Procrastination is the act of postponing doing something. In relation to Imposter Syndrome, Procrastination is this strategy to delay whatever it is you don’t feel adequate enough to perfect.
When we have this need to get it right all the time, we either end up overdoing it or we don’t do anything at all. Either way, we’re stuck. This is Paralysis.
Although we may think it helps us iron things out, tidy things up, and tie everything up with a bow, it’s probably doing us more harm than good.
We’ve talked a lot about therapy in the past, from how we define it, to how to get the most out of it, to how we compare it to a gym for your mind! Clearly, we’re advocates for it and it’s no secret as to why! This time around, we want to draw attention to four common things people learn in therapy...