Procrastination is a frequent issue for children and adolescents, withdata suggesting that as many as 25 percent of students may be chronicprocrastinators.There are a number of strategies that parents can use to help their children overcome procrastination, including:
-Teaching children to break tasks down into smaller, more manageable steps
-Helping them to understand and identify their personal triggers for procrastination
-Encouraging them to establish regular routines and scheduled times for completing tasks
-Teaching them effective coping and problem-solving skills
-Model healthy coping and problem-solving behaviors yourself
-Encourage and praise your child when they do make progress in overcoming procrastination.
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