Chronic Disorganization is a term coined by Judith Kolberg, author of several books, including Conquering Chronic Disorganization. She defines the term as persistent, constant and enduring, having a long history, which undermines one’s quality of life on a daily basis and recurs.
According to Kolberg you should ask yourself these three questions to determine whether chronic disorganization is part of your life.
- Has getting organized been a challenge for you most of your adult life?
- Does being disorganized negatively affect your quality of life in some way every day?
- Have you been unable to sustain organization?
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