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Understanding Childhood Procrastination: A Powerful Guide for Parents

Procrastination, often perceived as a lapse in self-regulation, is characterized by postponing tasks despite knowing the potential negative consequences. The insightful words of Edward Young, an English poet renowned for his reflective works, ‘procrastination is the thief of time’ (Young, 1854), elegantly capture the essence of this habit, originating from the Latin ‘pro’ (for) and ‘crastinus’ (about tomorrow).

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