Do you have a "chronic disorganizing" condition?
I love helping people get organized and simplifying their lives but I have learned that some just can't seem to maintain organization no matter how many times I show up. Disorganization significantly impacts their lives on a daily basis, affecting the quality of life.
This is called "chronic disorganization" and getting specialized help may be the answer.
Here are signs that you may need professional intervention:
**Chronic difficulty with poor attention and concentration.
Excessive mental and/or physical restlessness or impulsivity.
***Chronic difficulty organizing your things, tasks, and activities.
***Chronic and excessive procrastination.
***Challenges with planning, prioritizing and getting work started.
***Inability to complete projects.
***Excessive forgetfulness in daily activities.
***Difficulty following through and completing tasks in a timely manner.
***Easily frustrated and excessively impatient.
***Persistent feelings of being overwhelmed and underachieving in life.
Chronic disorganization may be present with brain-based challenges such as
ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Hoarding Disorder, PTSD, TBI, and more. The brain has a lot to do with a client's ability to be organized and to maintain organizational and productivity systems.
Here are some resources to help Chronic Disorganization:
Credits to challengingdisorganization.org