My personal walk with cluttering: From non-believer to believer

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Re: Concomitant Disorders

From: John Tetnowski
Date: 19 Apr 2010
Time: 11:57:23 -0500
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Rebecca, There are many common concomitant disorders, but most often I have seen language/learning disorders. Reading disorders, writing disorders, various learning disabilities are quite common. So many of the clients that I have seen are underachievers academically (mostly because professionals do not understand what is going on with them). At the same time, I have seen at least two people who clutter that have nothing else different about them except the rapid/irregular speech. Thanks for teh question, John Tetnowski

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