When you’re so used to worrying, it eventually becomes a pattern of thinking. Instead of taking real action to solve the problem that’s causing you to worry, you keep procrastinating. You spend too much time worrying about the issue without taking any steps to overcome it.
These steps may include solving the problem, visiting a therapist, or even writing your thoughts. Whatever it is, try not to put off your responsibilities because it’ll only cause you to worry more.
To fight your procrastination, try to make a list of the steps you need to take. When you feel like you’re worrying about something instead of taking care of it, write it in the list.
Then, start finishing the tasks in the to-do list step by step, and your anxious thoughts will hopefully tone down a bit.