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Revenge Bedtime Procrastination: Why We Do It

People who experience this phenomenon often feel that they didn't have much control over their daytime life, so they're picking times they can really cater to themselves, usually at night.

Many will scroll on their phones until deep into the night, perhaps because they unconsciously try to avoid their uncomfortable or heavy thoughts or feelings. But the constant avoidance enters them into a cycle of late-night anxiety.

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How To Break The "Revenge Bedtime" Cycle

Feeling that you have a bit of free time is very important for well-being. Often when we do get free time, we use watching TV or scroll through social media.
We would feel more satisfied if we spent some time on leisure activities that give us a sense of flow....

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Revenge Bedtime Procrastination During A Crisis

During the work-from-home period, demands on our time have gotten higher. Parents have to manage Zoom school, scramble to pay the bills with a second job, or they simply allow their regular working hours at home to extend passed office hours.

On top of that, we're lonely. It is the...

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Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

Revenge Bedtime Procrastination

It is where you stubbornly stay up late at night because you feel like you didn't get any time to yourself.

You barely had time for dinner and a shower after work. Maybe you watched a few episodes of a show or read a book. Now you're in bed, but you are not ready for s...

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The term "bedtime procrastination" was coined in 2014 by Dr Floor Kroese and is defined as going to bed later than planned while not having any external circumstances for doing it.

Revenge bedtime procrastination is the ph...

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