Putting Cluttering on the World Map: Formation of the International Cluttering Association

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Re: Question

From: Peter Kissagizlis
Date: 15 Oct 2007
Time: 16:36:41 -0500
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Greetings, Hmmm, yes CM, this is true, well in my case anyway, I scan pages rather than "read" them and I pick out the content that I want but can miss a lot of other. I can read reference books and magazines OK as they are in shorter paragraphs, but I can not read stories, I hate fiction as I can not get in to the story. I think fast, I work fast and I used to walk fast when I was able, it seems cluttering in my case means cluttered everything. I find it very difficult to read and talk from a prepared speech, I have to list key words and give my speech from that, I am unable to ad lib as some do as I cant keep the concentration going long enough, I cannot small talk for the same reasons. The good points: I try to be organised, I like to keep working even though it is voluntary, I can write good reports, letters, minutes and articles (well after editing!!)even though motivation is hard, I do try to keep drive through the barriers. So I do not give in to my cluttering although at times I have been tempted and driven almost to despair, everything seems to be an effort at times but that is half the challenge, at least now people worldwide are learning to understand what cluttering is, and that makes me feel better, I don't feel alone anymore! :-)

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