The Psychology of Human Relationships, according to Transactional Analysis

Human-beings have this eternal problem of what is to be done with their waking hours! Essentially at an egoistic level, humans are always stimulus-hungry, recognition-hungry and structure-hungry. All waking hours are used in managing these three requirements in this world. Stimulus-Hunger: this is to avoid sensory starvation Recognition-Hunger: this is to avoid emotional starvation Structure-Hunger: …

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The Procrastinator’s Instant Gratification

Procrastinators are addicted to instant gratification and hence most of the times they are onto YouTube videos, chats, reading unnecessary articles etc. that give instant gratification second to second. On the other hand, most tasks that we do in our life have a longer gratification cycle. Therefore, a procrastinator's subconscious mind sees these tasks as …

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Why you need discipline and why procrastinators are not disciplined?

You don't know what you don't know. When you are planning, you may assume you know everything that is going to happen. No, you don't. A procrastinator makes this assumption and delays the task. But, he always faces new kinds of delays and problems and hence cannot meet the deadline. You don't know what you …

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