Why Do We Self-Sabotage?

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Self Sabotage, Psychology, Mason Vera Paine, Millennial, School of Psychology

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Have you ever had something important to do but you kept putting it off to do something else? You my friend are a victim of self-sabotage but why do we do it? Department Chair at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Kim Dell’Angela explains why we self-sabotage ourselves.

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