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Are you afflicted by a disorder known as Completion Complex?



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Are you afflicted by a disorder known as Completion Complex?

Many practicing professionals and business owners suffer from completion complex, a 'disorder' where one is extremely focused on getting something done or completed before calling it a day. The compulsion to continue working until one reaches a clear milestone is so strong that sufferers usually defy common sense.

As a result, they frequently end up having late meals and working with grumbling stomach. They also work beyond reasonable hours and lose sleep and precious time with family and friends. People afflicted with completion complex just won't stop until it's done or until they reach a good stopping point. 

Are you a completion junkie? Do you think that complexion complex is good for a business or personal life in general? 

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HappyLady

I am a perfectionist, so do not like to let go until things are perfect. This means late meals and never getting much completed. Fortunately, as a freelancer, I only have myself to drive insane. However I have worked for people with the complex you describe and it is not a pleasant experience. Having lived with Workoholic, which is what I believe the name of the disorder is, I can tell you it drives everyone in the family and workplace insane. Completion complex is a serious disorder that needs therapy in my opinion!



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stbrians

How did you help those you were working for? Did you leave them like that? I hope you have a way to go round the problem.



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HappyLady

You think you can stop or help a workaholic? No you can't. Thankfully, the workaholic eventually realised they had a family and tried to take Saturday off. It did not prevent them working until 6.am many mornings.



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allyn2017

I think they will realized those things if someone point it out or something.



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iambeth

It does need to be addressed because other illnesses may result from the complex. Most of the people I know who have this characteristic have diseases exacerbated by stress such as high blood pressure, ulcer, and psoriasis.



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knnon

I think chronic headaches are also one of the effects of this complex. It is a possibility of course since stress itself has a lot of negative effects on the body. And I do agree with you that this needs to be addressed.



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allyn2017

Imagine if you are not a freelance worker, and you worked in an company with a workaholic boss. That is insane and I would probably do something stupid to get fired and end my suffering.



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burgosmichael24

You can't expand your knowledge and experience on that kind of environment. It will only exhaust you and make you a bitter person full of hatred than an inspired employee full of energy.



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emiaj55

I feel you. Working with people with such complex is very exhausting. For one they would fail to acknowledge a work well done since they fail to know when to stop. Thus you may find yourself aiming for a growth that you may never achieve because of the lack of acknowledgement from your boss. It is physically tiring since you do not have the drive and you often fail to have a proper rest.



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Vinsanity

I think I can consider myself as afflicted by the completion complex. I work in a construction company and I am designated in the design team. I always see to it that within a day, the tasks that I assign by which should be done within the day should be finished on or before 5pm. I am always focused on finishing my loads of work. I won't be satisfied, feel anxious and stressed whenever I fail to do my tasks within that day.



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stbrians

I hope you do not drive your subordinates insane. Do you drive them so hard? I understand design business is very hard.



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Jeane

I think I've suffered from this disorder at some point in my life. I'd set goals each day and I couldn't stop working until I'd accomplished what I'd set out to get done that day. I'd always get up early and work till late in the afternoon.

It wasn't easy but I got so used to my new schedule that even afterwards (after I quit the job), I'd conditioned myself to work thusly from then on. Can't say if it or was or wasn't such a bad thing. Thing though is, it doesn't drive me crazy anymore because I set more realistic goals and complete my tasks long before the day is over.



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stbrians

@jean Setting realistic goals and realising them easily is the best. Completing work in a good time can only be possible with such realistic dreams.



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Jeane

I agree. Frustration and depression are the natural response to failure. Set unrealistic goals, consistently fail to accomplish them and it will leave you feeling depressed at the end of each day. That in the end would seep through all aspects of your life, make you real grouchy. And it would cause you more problems not just in the workplace but everywhere else, including at home.



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stbrians

You describe it so vividly. Depression is something that I will not want to happen to me.



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luv2xacosta

This topic is quite interesting. I think I don't have this kind of attitude. I do work but when I see that it's my time of office hours have been done, I will leave my work and go home. I stay and work for long hours only when it is needed.



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stbrians

It seems you do not have chores to complete in a specified time? That will give you headache.



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luv2xacosta

Yes sometimes. I procrastinate when I have given enough time to finish my work. But rest assured that I always finish it on time. I just don't like to bring my work at home because I reserve it bonding with my family.



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kaushikangara

Oh yes, at work, I usually have some predefined targets to complete before I leave for the day. So, I guess I have this disorder from the very beginning. I make sure all the work is done before I leave for the day. Sometimes, we have to stretch beyond working hours and it's perfectly okay to spend some time in the office. We order dinner online and have a good time enjoying dinner and playing some songs to brighten the mood.



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stbrians

We happen to be our own doctors. When the disorder comes we usually find a remedy. It is within us, I mean the solution.



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amelia88

I've definitely had times in life where I fit that kind of description. I think I've mellowed out a lot since then though. There needs to be a balance in life - if you work all the time or just focus solely on achieving work goals and forget to do simple things like eat, then it can really impact so many things, including your personal relationships.

It's great to be a hard worker with focused goals, but using common sense about when to switch off is also important.



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stbrians

Workaholic is a bad disease. It can tear us apart. We should know how to handle it. Management is the cure.



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amelia88

Yes, I totally think being a workaholic can be as damaging as other addictions when it’s severe.

Any time I feel those workaholic tendencies creeping in I try to just switch off for a while.



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overcast

Yes I am kind of falling into that category. I have low priced clients. So I can't spend entire month working for clients that pay me 50$ or so. And in such case it can be understanding that having proper clients always works out. And it can put us in lesser stress. And we don't feel like rushed to completion. That's what I have found out so far.



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Franzel2oo

I wouldn't call myself a completion junkie, but I do have a tendency to set goals on tasks and do well to finish them. It's a great way to effectively meet deadlines. It's risky to put off one days job because you will simply have to do it the next day. That will be adding to the next days worth of work. I think it's a good way to work. Setting daily goals and making sure you complete them.



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Youngshark

Have you ever found yourself pushing yourself to do the work even beyond the normal working hours just to be sure that you stop at the goal thing point. I find that goals are motivating factors.



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Bravosi

Hello there.
Yup, I exactly have this problem. You won't believe how annoying it is, speaking from my own personal experience.
I'm a perfectionist by nature, and I believe others who are like that too can this issue.



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koki12346

Never have heard of this till now. Thanks for mentioning it, I think that I will definitely pay attention to this now. And i surely think that i never suffered from this in my life.



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knnon

Simply put a workaholic? When I'm working I am dedicated to the task at hand, but I have a strict rule about taking care of my body. So I guess my answer is no, I don't think I've suffered from this type of disorder.



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amelia88

It’s good to put a focus on caring for your body too - after all, there are always ways to make more money but we only have one body!



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knnon

That's right! Our body should always be prioritized over work. And I think it'll only cause more trouble for our work life if we neglect our body. Getting sick would require a full rest not only for a day but for a couple of days to maybe even a week!



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esteban123

I think that I am suffering from such kind of disorder especially when I started working online in My freelancing sites, most of the time I am sleeping late at night but wake up early since I am trying my best to work hard on my freelancing sites since everyday I do have daily income target. I sometimes forget to take some breakfast in the morning just to focus on my online jobs, I can't resist myself to work online since I am enjoying it very much and I am earning a decent income from it which makes me motivated to work from it.



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Kakashi2020

Once I was but now I'm taking it easy. Being a completion junkie takes a toll in ones health, specially if practiced for a long period of time. I was such a person then, sometimes working for 24 hours nonstop, such actions gave me a lot of tension and pressure along with an unhealthy diet, my health suffered to the point that I suffered a stroke. Nowadays I'm more relaxed, I just do the job that I can when I can. I don't like doing things that would pressure me or give tension to my life.



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theresajane

I agree with you. Too much of everything is bad. Pushing yourself to work hard will result to negative effects on your body, maybe not now, but definitely in the future. We have to relax and take a full rest. A simple nap wouldn't do, take a sleep.



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edencaga

Yes you are right. We need rest to energize our body. If you lack of rest, how will you be able to work on your fullest? If we push too hard on our work the tendency is to suffer our health which is really bad. Not only our health will suffer but our money. You work hard for money but it still useless if we tend overused our body in working our job.



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iambeth

I don't fall in that category. I eat on time and whenever I'm hungry and I usually have a decent amount of sleep. Some of my friends are perfectionists and I usually am the one telling them that it's okay to stop the compulsion to finish the task. Some of them have developed stress related illnesses due to this completion complex.



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gutzman

I am not sure if I have completion complex disorder but I can relate according to its description. I don't know if it's because of being perfectionist or what but I can't stop anything that I already started to do until it is done. For example I need to draw a dog, I won't stop drawing until I get satisfied with the outcome. Sometimes even if it's done, I won't still stop until I couldn't find a flaw in my work even if it's already pass the dinner time which results into eating late at night.



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theresajane

I always know that there are a lot of disorders that exist in the world. What I didn't know was there is something called completion complex. When I think about it, it makes me realize that a lot of people have it.



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Martinsx1

Sleeping disorder is my biggest concern and problem ever since I started working online as a freelancer. I have completely wrecked my healthy sleeping pattern or habit only because of the need to always complete and deliver my job as and at when due.

There are times when I would miss sleeping for 48 hours as a result of my work. It's a complete mess.



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iambeth

It's amazing that you can last that long with no sleep and still do the task. I can't even keep myself awake for a 16-hour shift without taking a nap.



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edencaga

I was like you before when I was still a student. As a fineart student, I need to do a lot of plates or artworks for our major subjects
plus our minor subjects that also gives us stressful projects and exams. I had
no sleep for about one day or two days and I drank coffee often if I do have many
works to do. I found out I am anemic so the doctor prescribed iron as I am low
blood.



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overcast

Completion complex is in same like as OCD. Where people are desperate to finish specific task. And they don't let go of those things. And that in turn affects their workflow. And eventually affects more or less of their attitude towards what they do and see things.



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stbrians

This disease has eaten me thoroughly. I think am almost going to the Intensive Care Unit(ICU). I have this completion disorder and now am thin. What medicine can we take or which doctor can we see?



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Martinsx1

Seriously, it's really a mess in so many ways to me personally. Just yesterday, I couldn't bring myself to have my meal all through the day till around 12:00 am in the following morning.

Even though I knew that I was feeling very fermished, I still couldn't bring myself to pause and eat because of the need to complete my work.



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theresajane

It's very sad to hear that. I hope that people with this disoder just regain their health back and be back to their original state.



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mark8625

I am glad you are safe and overcome those rough and tough times of your life. Having a sickness is really difficult and we should avoid it all the time.



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Martinsx1

Well, depending on how much important the project which I have at hand is would determine if I'm going to be a completion junkie with it.

If the situation of the job is dire, I would definitely commit all my time and effort to complete it within the shortest possible time.



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amelia88

I think many of us have probably felt this way before where a specific job needs to be completed quickly so we work very hard on it with extreme focus. I think those one off experiences are okay but if it started happening all the time where you were missing meals and so forth to get work done that’s where it could be seen as dangerous.



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Steve5

I don't think I have this condition. I'm often working on something that feels really important. But once my body can no longer function optimally, I call it a day. It's important to know our limits. There's always tomorrow for stuff like this.



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amelia88

I like your sense of balance and that you truly listen to your body when it comes to ensuring you don’t overdo it. I think that’s so important - often our bodies give us clear signs that we’re overworking ourselves!



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agbuyarashel

I thought completion complex is a disorder of not veing able to finish tasks or works that one have started hahahah.
Anyway, I think it's not good in terms of business, health and relationships. First, business, even if you happen to complete every tasks that you need to finish but considering that you have not eaten yet or you lack of proper sleep, how can you be so sure that the quality of your works are good. You should consider quality over quantity.



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ajahcuizon

I agree. No matter how much you wanted to finish that certain work, you should still consider you health because good quality will rely to it. That if you will have bad health or illness, there is a big chance that you will not be able to finish your work in a good condition. Yes, you might have finished it, but you have sacrificed the quantity just because you want to finish it.



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mark8625

It happened to me before and it was really hard. I used to work about 11 to 12 hours a day with so much stressed and needed the job to be done on time. In the end I had no time to eat because of workload everyday.



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amelia88

Those are long hours to be working everyday and I do think over time it absolutely takes a toll on your health.

I hope that nowadays you have a better balance and more time to relax in your day!



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mark8625

Yeah It was indeed a long hours of working. I was in Dubai that time and you know working in foreign company overseas has so many things that needs to be done and consider.

Everything now is doing well for me.



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Wenkx03

I think I have that disorder. But I think that shouldnt be called as a disorder. For me it's really essential to finish work once you started it. Also I don't feel like eating when.im in the middle of something.



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amelia88

I hear what you’re saying but I think that the complex refers to extreme cases - when people are working from sunup to sundown every day for weeks on end trying to get stuff done and really neglecting their health.

It’s not like I want to eat mid-project either but if I’m working on something for 8+ hours I’m gonna get hungry and need to take a break!



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theresajane

You have a point. People would opt to finish the work on time than to lose their job. Well, we always have to balance everything as the effects would be seen someday.



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burgosmichael24

I don't consider myself afflicted with that kind of disorder. I always give my best in everything I do and I always want everything to be done so well. However, I don't get afflicted when I don't finished a certain task on that day. I know there are certain task that can't be done in a day. I also know my limitations. I know the things that I can do and the things that I can't.



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amelia88

Sounds like you have a good balance and a healthy attitude towards work and life. Knowing that most of the time we simply can’t finish everything in one day is a reminder that we do need to have balance and the ability to switch off and reset for the next day.



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ajahcuizon

I sometimes act like this. I will stop unless I already finish what I am working on. There is this one time that I have to pass a project and I only got one night to work on it. I didn't slept as I wanted to finish it and be able to pass it on time. It's just that I am not comfortable of going to sleep if I know that there are some things that I should finish first.



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esteban123

I am trying my best now to limit myself from working too much on my freelancing sites because sometimes I am not having a good sleep because of that and I am afraid that it can lead to some serious complications if I will not give time for myself to relax and have a good sleep. I know that everything that is too much is really bad to our health that is why I am slowly changing ny habit so that I will not have regrets later on.



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jaybee19

I love to be productive but I don't think I do have this disorder. This is actually the first time that I've heard something about this. I am actually the type of person who stops whenever I have to. Like for example if I really need to sleep, I stop what I'm doing. I don't think having this type of 'disorder' is healthy as the name 'disorder' suggests especially in a business and much more in personal life. If someone does this, I believe they'll experience negative side-effects because of over working. For me,it's good to do everything at once because that means you'll have more free time, however our body has limited energy and we must do our best to conserve it because if we do abuse it, it will give us double the problems that we'll have instead of gains.



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Youngshark

You could not actually have hit the nail in a more perfect manner than you did over there. I always find myself doing and going the extra mile when working on anything.



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Judas2018

I get this often, depending on the project. If the project is something I can handle easily, then I won't worry about getting it all done in one day. But if the job in question takes a little more time, energy or is a bit trickier than usual - I normally try and at least get the complicated aspects of it done away with or figured out on day one.



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Barida

That's the thing. When the work is challenging, we try to put much efforts during the day to get everything done since it is going to assist us in getting the right things done as early as we can.



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Barida

There are times that I have missed my dinner all because I was trying to get some work done and it simply means that I had to achieve the goal for the day. So, I would say that it is affected me once in a while, but it is not something that I can say that it is a big worry to me as well. It is all about getting to do the things that matters to us.



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romyter013

I agree with you guys, though it really happens that sometimes we can't eat on time for reason that we are finishing something big that will benefit us in the future that's why we get so attach to it and we really want it to finish it from the said date. But what I do, even I need to finish something and its deadline almost, pizza delivery saves my hunger.



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DenisP

I’d definitely say that I have this “completion complex” to some degree. I’m a perfectionist, and I don’t really ever want to stop working on something until it is absolutely polished to the point that I consider “perfection.”

The problem lies in the fact that for the last 26 years that I’ve been alive on this planet, I’ve never made a single perfect thing, because perfection is impossible. It ultimately ends up being a never ending pursuit for improvement—always bargaining with myself and saying just one more adjustment or addition—until I meet the deadline and simply have to tell myself that as far as I’ve gotten, it’s finished.



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Bravosi

I totally agree with you (if you saw my comment previously I'm a perfectionist as well).
Perfection isn't possible, but the way to it exists. It's our nature as human beings, we want to keep evolving to make everything far more superior and better. Hope it won't be our undoing. I remember how I've spent hours to dye the room perfectly, every inch of it, just only to change my opinion in a few weeks about changing the color of the room.



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DenisP

My pursuit of perfection has definitely been my undoing in certain situations. As I had mentioned, whenever I work on something, I try to keep adding to it and refining it until it resembles something that I personally consider to be “perfect.” The problem lies in the fact that I sometimes add so much extra stuff that the finished product no longer has any resemblance to what I had originally intended. Then I become frustrated with the fact that the project went so off track that I scrap it and start all over again.

For me, that’s the danger of pursuing perfection.



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jpk0007

Well i don't think that i am a perfectionist and I think that perfection is something that can not be achieved everytime you do some work. However, I think I also have this habit of completing a job or responsibility given to me before time .I do tend to completely dedicate my whole time to complete a job given to me and I usually forget the world around me at that time. I do sometimes skip my meals and also neglect my sleep in order to complete that job. However this only happens when I find something very important or very interesting. At other times I usually try to stick to my everyday routine of work.



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emiaj55

If complexion complex causes you to skip meals and work late, then it may not be that good for your health. Your business is important as well as your work and making things done should really be your aim, but taking care of your health should always be kept in mind. After all, if you fall ill then all the more that you can't work. Worst, all that you have worked for before sacrificing your health might be all for nothing, if you end up losing wealth in paying your bills.



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mark8625

That is right. Give time for yourself. Business and work is important but we should prioritize our health more than anything else. There are saying that Health is wealth which is true.



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Steve5

I agree. We should give ample time to ourselves. After all, we're working because we want a better future for ourselves and our loved ones. How will we achieve that if we're already unhealthy because of stress and exhaustion? Balance is important in life.



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Steve5

This says so much about our society today. People have become too focused on making money. So much that they overwork themselves to the point of severe exhaustion. More and more workers are being hospitalized due to lack of proper rest and pushing themselves beyond their physical limits.

As you've said, money isn't worth anything once you've compromised your health. Even the best doctors can't help you if you've become too ill.



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esteban123

Yes I agree that there would be some instance that we will skip our meals whenever have something very important task to finish either in our online or offline works. I had been doing this kind of setup for almost 3 months that I cannot eat on time my breakfast and lunch because of dong some of my freelancing which is really eating almost of my time. Sometimes I cannot already give much time on my family because of doing a lot of work just to give them a good future.



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jaymish

I'm not sure that what you are describing is a phenomena. I think its just people doing what they have to do to make a living. I think when you are still setting up your business whether physical or online you need to spend all the hours under the sun attending to your business. There is a saying that there is no such a thing as luck, luck is created by working hard. I strongly believe that anyone that wants to be successful has to work really really hard, if this is completion complex then I am guilty.



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rlpzbeermoney

I'm a completionist then by how you've described it. But I'm also a perfectionist in a way so it conflicts with my desire to complete a task. I end up not doing anything or just doing a small progress because of my desire of doing it perfectly. It sucks and I think I'd be more productive if I was just 1 instead of the 2.



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rose61

It is always good to meet the deadline, failure to do so shows incompetence.All the same,this doesn't mean you overwork yourself and cause health problems that could be avoided.



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NerdIndeed

Hmm, as for me, I can't say. There are times wherein I don't like the idea of procrastinating and finishing all my tasks, but there are also times where I feel so tired that some things should be done at a later time. It might be beneficial for a business, but some things take time, and you can't see results right after you do them. So I don't know.



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GeorgeDr

I too seem to "suffer" from that type of complex. Many times I would either not eat or sleep until I have finished the job. Otherwise if I try to take care of myself first and then do the job I will be restless and eager to get back to work. That "mindset" if you will , has helped me tremendously at school and jobs and it has some advantages, but it can also damage your personal and social life in many ways. I would say if you happen to be that type of person try to separate parts of the work at "checkpoints" and at which you allow yourself to relax a little or call it a day and sleep.



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teremisuu

I used to be a completion junkie, until I realized that I have been completely neglecting my health. It was only recently when I learned the value of health, as it greatly affects my day-to-day activities. I would work until 3AM or even later, with the thought that a productive day is when you go to bed completely drained. I would then suffer the next day, feeling sleepy and tired. It was a cycle of exhaustion, to the point that productivity just did not feel rewarding anymore.

I loved watching videos in Youtube, and I learned how important eating well and sleep are. I consciously put the effort to be better and to take care myself more by sleeping more, working out, and watching what I eat. The results were amazing. I was able to produce better work (let's face it, working while your mind is exhausted is equivalent to wasted time), and I felt more alive and energetic. Although my work hours are now shorter, I am still able to make quality work, without sacrificing my mental and physical health.

Take care of your mind and body, as they are fundamental to your work. I'm never going back to a bad lifestyle.



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davedaot04

Amazing! All these time I thought I was just normal or just doing normal things but this post open's up my mind, I didn't know up until now that Completion Complex Disorder, I have been like that kind of person since I was a kid I guess if I can still remember, I just don't want to settle until the task at hand is completed, and I extremely relate to having late meals, grumbling stomach, I just don't care as long as I get the job done, what an eye opener post this is.



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esteban123

I think most of the time I am working late at night on my freelancing sites because I am busy at day time attending my offline work. Sometimes I almost forgot to have a good sleep because of prioritizing my online works since it gives me a decent income. I just realized that sometimes I need to give time for my mind and body to take a rest since it might put my health at risk if I will not give some importance about it.



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jaymish

@esteban123, I think that this is very important. However you should plan your time in such a way that you work online and offline and make money and still have time to rest.I work very hard at both from Monday to Friday and pick Saturday as my day of rest. I think you should do your best and forget perfection.Just do what you can and what your body can handle. In my opinion this is the best way.



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mhingnhormz

Are you afflicted by a disorder known as Completion Complex: Sometimes I may consider my self afflicted by that disorder it when i need to cope up to the deadline. Sometimes thinking that you need to rest early so you need to finish first all your work load before anything else, specially those individual who was an output that need to be passed and finished at the specific period of time.



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