Wow, that's a great article. Thanks for posting it. The challenge for me is always when a new type of trigger comes along that I don't recognize but that puts me in a cycle of procrastinating. Lately I just haven't been on top of things enough to understand when an "intervention" is called for. Anyhow, it was great reading. Thanks again.
I can also point you to a book not written for survivors, but one that is an interesting approach to procrastination. It's called Time Tactics of Very Successful People. Instead of laying out a formula, which never works for me, it simply looks at techniques of people who are good at mastering their time. One interesting aspect of the book is that these different successful people have different and sometimes conflicting ways of managing time, which just goes to show there is no one-size-fits-all approach to this problem.
One of my favorite quotes noted in the book is from Abraham Lincoln, who said:
If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I'd spend six hours sharpening an axe. lol That about describes me perfectly.