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Hello, I am 29 year old male I am recently married to my long time girlfriend last year and having all good self in personal and professional. But, I am feeling jinxed & unsatisfied and direction less most of the tine in office. It feels like I have lots of work but doing that doesn't exited me. Fir that reason I am failing to reach my timeline as I don't concentrate & feels motivated. All is felt OK and good but I feel unsatisfied and demotivated. This some time leads to confrontations with office colleagues and at home. I have searched this symptoms as" procrastination" but all the symptoms doest fits well with me. Just don't know what to do. Feeling direction less. Pls help me to configure my problem statement so that I can attack on it and if possible please suggest some solutions also. Your avid reader.

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For some reason, you seem to connect all this to your marriage. And you may be right: you could be disappointed that after a long courtship, that there was nothing new after marriage. That is why we recommend that you do settle down as soon as the both of you are mature and ready, and not to delay marriage unnecessarily. Anyway, now that you are married, it is important to work on making your union a happy one by making it exciting. You have to continuously work on your marriage to give it thrust, excitement, and hope. You should meet with a marriage counselor and work on the things that may be making it boring. It has nothing to do with procrastination, as much as that boredom may be the culprit that has crept into your situation. Your frustration is then spilling into your work and colleagues, and will definitely come home to haunt the most important relationship and shake it to its very foundations.
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