Are you patient? Are you a procrastinator?
There’s a fine line between patience and procrastination. Can you recognize the difference? The patience/procrastination line is usaully blurred by fear. Beware of crossing that line.
It may be comforting to know that everyone gets scared, and it is perfectly OK. Sometimes just acknowledging our fears is enough to make us feel better. And while it sometimes takes a lot more to ease our mind, we can console ourselves with the knowledge that life can be scary at times.
Giving ourselves permission to be scared lets us move through our fears so we can let them go. It also makes it alright to share our fears with other people. Sharing our apprehensions with other people can make our fears less overwhelming because we are not letting them grow inside of us as pent up emotions. Sharing our fears also can lighten our burden because we are not carrying our worries all by ourselves.
When fear tempts your to cross the line between patience and procrastination, remember that you are not alone. ask for help.