I do things that make a lot of people say, "how do you do that?" but I struggle to accomplish the things most people accomplish without difficulty. For example, I've secured high responsibility positions for employment at a young age, lead a youth ministry while working full-time, and lead various web-based projects.
But I have a really hard time however with small tasks - cooking, paying bills, vacuuming, changing the cat litter. Am I just lazy?
Additionally, I find that I am extremely productive sometimes, but then experience long periods of non-productivity. I can accomplish in a few hours what might take someone else two days, but then I find myself in a funk for a day or two (or five) thereafter.
I do have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, but am on medication (prozac, previously zoloft), and seem to have some sort of almost continuous low-lying depression.
I should also note that I come from a large family. Most of the other members don't have OCD, though some do. Some don't have depression. But even those who seem to function well in almost all other aspects struggle with procrastination.
Any direction would be appreciated. I've spent time with a psychologist, various counselors, and a psychiatrist evaluating these issues and am very functional, yet still experience a decent amount of internal anguish over my seeming inability to overcome this underlying continual funk and the heavy aversion to normal tasks.