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can't finish stuff

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 7, 2009
  • 05:48 AM

I get all kinds of really cool ideas and start doing whatever the cool idea is. Half way through whatever it is i am doing, i lose ALL interest. I just sit there, do absolutely nothing at all.

I'm completely against the modern medical system. I wont take a pill of any kind no matter how little or how well it works. I hate doctors and the first 16 years of my life were messed up in every shape and form by doctors putting me on pills until they put me on an anti sicotic that almost killed me.

Now that i generally eat right, i have lost 50 pounds and find myself in a good mood except when you would obviously be in a bad mood according to the situation.

Even though i don't eat any processed food and a good portion of my intake is organic, i still can't work up the motivation to finish what i start.

anyone know how i might be able to try and resolve my problem?

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  • I get all kinds of really cool ideas and start doing whatever the cool idea is. Half way through whatever it is i am doing, i lose ALL interest. I just sit there, do absolutely nothing at all.I'm completely against the modern medical system. I wont take a pill of any kind no matter how little or how well it works. I hate doctors and the first 16 years of my life were messed up in every shape and form by doctors putting me on pills until they put me on an anti sicotic that almost killed me.Now that i generally eat right, i have lost 50 pounds and find myself in a good mood except when you would obviously be in a bad mood according to the situation.Even though i don't eat any processed food and a good portion of my intake is organic, i still can't work up the motivation to finish what i start.anyone know how i might be able to try and resolve my problem?It's it a PROBLEM for you that you cannot finish things, other than it may annoy you?? Does it impair you in such a degree that it prevents you from finishing an education, keep a job, maintain relationships, going to the grocery store, live in a relatively clean and un-messy home (I'm not taling about normal dust or clothes all over the floore, I'm talking about filth, flies, piles of garbage bags/newspapers etc)??All people have something they are personally not good at, and all people have character flawss. That is perfectly normal. It's very important to understand that mental illnesses are *medical conditions* that disrupt a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and/or daily functioning. Just as diabetes is a disorder of the pancreas, mental illnesses are medical conditions that nearly every time, but not always, result in a diminished capacity for coping with the ordinary demands of life.E.g some people hear voices or have other hallucinations or delusions, which makes them schizophrenics - but if it doesn't prevent them from functioning normally and live productive, happy lives, no medication or treatment is needed. The key here is 1) Can you, by the power of your will, or if you tried really, really hard, control, reduce or modify this behavior? 2) does your behavior PREVENT you from functioning normal in any ways and 2) does it NEGATIVELY affect you life and/or people around you? If you can answer yes to one or more above, you clearly suffer from a condition (chemical, physical or mental) that needs professional attention. Again, whether you're just suffering from an "ordinary" vitamin deficiency (I suffer from severe vitamin-D deficiency and and I eat healthy and organic, our bodies are very much ruled by our good/bad genes) water, salt or some other chemical or physical imbalance (exercise, sleep etc).... only the right doctor can rule out or determine.
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    • December 8, 2009
    • 00:59 AM
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