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  1. Both my husband and I struggle with procrastination, especially my husband. Having a large caregiving task with various deadlines helped both of us stay on task -until someone tried to steal our car today. A lot of time spent on the aftermath – but I have a feeling there was a purpose behind this incident. All I need to do now is find it.
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  2. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    I procrastinate sometimes depending on what the task or situation is. I usually get to it eventually, though.

  3. Ohhh yes, ‘wounded healers, best healers’. There’s something to be said for someone who is in your corner that has too lived through the hurt you may be going through. It makes you feel less alone and that person more credible, per se. With that said, a compassionate healer is also a great healer. But then, perhaps it takes being wounded to understand and demonstrate compassion for others.
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  4. Elizabeth O.

    Yes, I agree that wounded healers are the best healers because they already know what to do and how to guide you through it all.

    Everyone has suffered from procrastination, I think. It’s how you get out of that loop that makes you a lot better.

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