The Fine Art of Not Getting Things Done

Pychyl said that a major question for future investigation iswhether procrastinators -- who often cram for exams at the last minute-- retain less knowledge over time than their nonprocrastinating peers.

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So it seems to me that if your partner has glanced at few pictures of other women whom he finds attractive but does not do it regularly and this situation does not escalate into other things and outright hurting you then really it isn’t that bad. After all as you say with masturbation (you do it and don’t mind it if he does) you too could be checking out Johnny Depp or some other handsome guy but not really giving it much thought.

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About the blow job and STD – if you have ever given him one chances are you have the virus already in your mouth – sometimes it just doesn’t show any symptoms: you could ask to be tested for this. I’v also heard that although it is considered incurable sometimes people can ‘clear it’ from their system.

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2. Talk about your fears with the person who’s the source of the fears(your boyfriend) Same principle as the first idea. He will really appreciate you sharing this information with him as it demonstrates a deep level of trust to do so, and it will actually make you feel more secure and closer to him. It’s sound counterintuitive but it does wonders.

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1. Write them down and then read them out loud to yourself. Silent internal thoughts seem very real and powerful. Reading them out loud takes their power away.

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Me and my boyfriend will have been together for 4 years come aug 9th. We have always had a great sexual relationship, always initated no matter what time of. Day or night. Ever since my pregnancy with my daughter the sex has been barely there! I will make comments, grab him etc etc and nothing.. but he was frequently watching porn. I thought it was just because I was pregnant, maybe worries about the baby and what not but she is now 4 months old and barley nothing has changed! I have a very high sex drive since the birth of my daughter and he has no cares. I have talked to him about this quit a few times, even attempted to leave but he promised it would get better and it hasn’t. I will be sitting down stairs, baby asleep and he will go to the bathroom and watch porn :-(. Whe we do have sex which is once a week if I’m luck.. it is all about him. I take alil bit longer then he does and befour the pregnancy he would go the extra mile to make sure I got mine now he don’t care, I am left hanging everytime. the last 2 times we attempted to have sex he got soft. I don’t know what to do! All this has me really mad, hurt and feeling undesired. He is really affectionite, loving and great in every other way but this sex problem is a very big issue for me. I almost feel like he is using sex as a control method.

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Ah… but there in lies the difference. I don’t treat my man like a mechanical bull whereby I tell him what to do all day. To me, that’s not being a man – that’s taking away his right to be who he is and make the necessary judgement calls he feels would benefit himself and those he cares so deeply for. I’m not raising a child, therefore, I don’t engage in the same type of behavior I would if I were speaking to my son.

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And I just reread this and I am sorry for all of the vulgarity and crude language. It just really upsets me that men act like woman shouldnt be bothered by things that I genuinely feel like would bother the hell out of them.

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this could be a great article to use for one of my classes.

1. Write them down and then read them out loud to yourself. Silent internal thoughts seem very real and powerful. Reading them out loud takes their power away.