When we or someone we love seems incapable of doing even simple things they know they can do, or even things they really want or need to do, it can be baffling. This phenomenon is called The Impossible Task. Here are answers to some of the most common questions we have about this?
Who named The Impossible Task and when was it identified?
Just what is The Impossible Task?
How do I know about it?
What is the difference between The Impossible Task and being lazy or procrastinating?
Is it a mental illness?
How should a person deal with it?
Is there something loved-ones and friends should do?
Will it ever end?
Is medication needed?
How can we find a therapist who can help?
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