Running late to meetings, events and dinners is a hassle for all parties involved. The notorious "late friend" doesn't mean to be late all the time - it just happens. There's more to the situation though than just being late and seemingly selfish.
According to an article "There's a Reason You're Always Late
," people who are chronically late tend to battle different psychological situations, may show signs of anxiety and distraction, and are thrill seekers.
Because of these issues, as well as strong personality traits, it's difficult to break the chronic lateness
In the article, Diana DeLonzor, author of the book "Never Be Late Again," says that telling a late person to be on time is like telling a dieter not to eat so much. "If it were that easy, we wouldn't have Weight Watchers."
The article then goes into detail on suggestions of how to stop being late in a step-by-step process, including what type of lateness you experience and what causes it.Are you the "late friend?" Do you agree that there's more to being late than what's on the surface?