Social Gathering Survey Results – Making Decisions
Question 1: Which of the following do you think you struggle with MOST when you’re trying to make decisions?
Past, present, future.
Question 2: You now know that depression and anxiety can make decision-making even harder because it affects the parts of the brain that are involved in decision making. Do you think anxiety or depression, either in the past or the present, may have contributed to your ability to deal with your clutter?
Question 3: Do you think about how letting go of things in your clutter could help other people or the environment?
Question 4: In the past, have you given yourself a ‘not sure’ option and revisited it regularly so your brain can get used to the idea of letting go?
If I wasn’t sure what to do with something I would put it back in another pile of clutter until I came across it again later
Question 5: In the past, on average how long would you spend in one go trying to make decisions before you gave up?
- no time – I feel overwhelmed looking at the clutter so don’t even start
Struggling to Make Decisions?
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