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Social Disorganization Theory
Another cause: The pace of change in today's world is accelerating, and it is hard for people who were barely organized to begin with to keep up! more gadgets and devices, more channels of communication, more legal concerns, more venues for self expression and more choices in just about everything. Good systems make it possible to bring order out of chaos. Life used to be simplerold systems may not be enough. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Might look similar: Someone who "hoards" things can never throw them away. You find piles of newspapers and magazines that might be from years ago, stacked up so that there's hardly room to move in the place. Every surface is covered with items. It can be a type of obsessive anxiety disorder. "cd" is a variant of normal, problematic at times -- but they do discard things no longer being used, without huge anxiety. ...Read more
Several: Add/adhd, chronic pain, depression, and dementia can all lead to severe disorganization that interferes with a person's life. There is clutter around, and they may try to organize it but don't have the energy or time. Compulsive hoarding can look a little similar, but is an anxiety disorder leading to compulsive buying or bringing unneeded items into the home -- which they then can't throw away. ...Read more
I have a constant feeling of disorganization, or something is not right, that is part of my mood disorder right?
It is pretty common: However it can also be a symptom of ocd . Many people do not realize that some people keep piles of things as part of ocd. It's the opposite of neat cleanly habits of ocd. ...Read more
Get help: You'll learn better and faster how to deal with specific stresses if you find people to help you who know it themselves. Same with disorganization. Organization is about using systems. Find someone with systems and let them teach you. As to motivation, that's about desire and fear. Figure out what you do and don't want, when it comes to running your life, and you may find the motivation you ne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What else can cause disorganization inability to focus and complete tasks besides adhd. I have no hyperactivity.?
Many things: What you describe is more of a symptom than a diagnosis. Add without hyperactivity is common in adults, but there are many other reasons for disorganization and attention problems (e.g. Depression). I would find a psychiatrist you can trust and discuss your symptoms in detail. He/she will ask you questions about your mood, sleep pattern, etc to determine if medication may be helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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