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Q.1
I have trouble getting started or initiating tasks.

Q.2
I start tasks with enthusiasm but lose interest quickly.

Q.3
I find it hard to do things that aren't necessary or highly stimulating.

Q.4
I am easily distracted by things I see or hear.

Q.5
I become absorbed in things or tasks that interest me—sometimes to the point of forgetting about people around me or other obligations.

Q.6
I have trouble following conversations because I am distracted or because I am trying to remember what I wanted to say.

Q.7
I forget things, even when they are important to me.

Q.8
At least once a day I lose or misplace items—for example, keys, wallet, purse, or cell phone.

Q.9
I consistently forget appointments and, when I do remember, I often am late.

Q.10
I can’t seem to get a handle on clutter. My personal space is messy and has piles of papers and miscellaneous items.

Q.11
I have difficulty figuring out what is most important or what I should start with given a list of things to do.

Q.12
I waste time trying to decide what to do first.

Q.13
I become frustrated when things don’t go as planned and can quickly become angry. I often let go of my anger as quickly as it came.

Q.14
I have trouble completing multiple-step tasks and moving from one task to another.

Q.15
I say “I will do it later” and then forget all about it.

Q.16
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