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I can't do things following a schedule, I ignored this thing but, still, after two years am not able to do things consistently. I tend to join some activity then do my best, then all of a sudden a complete cut off.

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It is hard to say what the

It is hard to say what the problem is based on what you have written. Some people obviously have an easier time following a schedule and being well organized than others. What do you mean by two years? Is this a new problem for you?

Based on the last part of your post, it seems as though this is more than just not being able to follow a schedule. What do you mean by cut off? Do you feel that when you join a group or do an activity that you do not fit in? Or is this just part of not being able to stick to a schedule?

Even though some of us may never be as good at being organized as others, there are ways we can train ourselves to make it easier. Writing down your is a good place to start. Getting a smart phone with a good calendar and a system that prompts you with reminders would be a good idea as well. You can also make a profile with many a calendar program online that can help you stay organized. For someone who has trouble with following a schedule, creating some structure is a good way to start. You can ask those close to you in your everyday life (i.e. friends and family) to assist you as well.

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica T. Williams, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist specializing in OCD

Well, am sorry i should have

Well, am sorry i should have posted everything in detail.

The thing is, i need to convince myself for every minute thing i am doing or i have to do. Yes, i mean every minute thing. For example i joined classes to improve my skills about official usage of ms office. After continuing to attend my classes for two weeks i took a leave. And after that i found it very difficult for myself to join my classes again, i started being pessimist all of a sudden i had to deal with all positive aspects of this program and what its lacking in. The tension got to the extent that i had severe head ache, i couldn't even walk. And its been more than a week that i attended my classes, had to leave it.

Then, i am trying to improve my speed and suddenly i start feeling extremely uncomfortable as i notice my mistakes. [ Rite now the same thing is happening to me again, while typing this comment ]

To be honest i just don't want to accept that i have some sort of mental disorder ah duno why, i like to sit in dark, i like to stay alone, being in solitude. Anything else you would like to know?

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