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re: Procrastination is significantly more complicated than that and a self destructive behavior. Stick to what you have competence in (computer science...
 

What works for you may only work for you.

That part is right. I have edited my comment.

On the other hand, I have no intention to "stick to computer science".

Then you are operating outside your competency. The number one guide in medicine and in psychology IS NEVER OPERATE OUTSIDE YOUR COMETENCY. You have no idea how much harm you can inflict upon others when you do. A single sentence can dramatically change a persons life. I've had the fortune of knowing those I've helped with the right words. I dread the thought of imagining who I've done the opposite the wrong words. We all must be more careful of what we say to others: especially when we give advice to how others should manage their life/problems. I'm sure you don't realize it but, your response contradicts itself. Read it again and think about it.

We all must be more careful of what we say to others

Good point and I get it.

I'm sure you don't realize it but, your response contradicts itself. Read it again and think about it.

I have read it again and can't find which of my sentance is wrong.

(Sentance 1) Procrastinatination is not always a bad thing.

The mathematical contrary of "not always" is "at least in one case".
I know "at least one case" and more where procrastination is good. I have bipolar tendencies, and when I am in a maniac phase, procrastination is a very useful tool.

(Sentance 2, edited) For me, t's a symptom that what I intend to do is not simple enough yet.

As fas as I'm concerned, I am inside my competency when I talk about myself.

Then you are operating outside your competency.

Is that worse that letting people suffer alone?

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